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Xmas Bird Count

Sign-up for the 114th Christmas Bird Count is now open! Find out about participation, find a circle near you and sign up to participate. I…

Started by Steph S.

0 Nov 21, 2013

Killing one owl to save another - huh?

Many of you have probably heard this one - the USFWS and decided in its infinite wisdom that yes, the only way we can save that Northern Sp…

Started by Liz E

1 Nov 18, 2013
Reply by Steph S.

Why Timing of Bird Migration Is Changing

Nov. 12, 2013 — Researchers at the University of East Anglia have found out why birds are migrating earlier and earlier each year. Expert…

Started by Steph S.

0 Nov 15, 2013

Climate Destabilization may kill of half of bird species

Climate Change: Birds May Lose Half Their Species Climate change could wipe out half the bird species, according to a chilling new assessme…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Oct 21, 2013
Reply by Steph S.

North Americn Bird decline

North American Birds Declining as Threats Mount Global warming, habitat loss, wind turbines, and cats are factors. "To me, the top three th…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

2 Oct 21, 2013
Reply by Steph S.

Birds sleep while flying

This Bird Can Stay in Flight for Six Months Straight The Alpine Swift can stay airborn for 200 days straight, during non-breeding season. I…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

2 Oct 21, 2013
Reply by Steph S.

Green-rumped Parrots name their young

Your Parrot May Already Have a Name While studying green-rumped parrotlets in Venezuela, National Geographic grantee Karl Berg discovered…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

3 Jun 23, 2013
Reply by Joan Denoo

Evolutlion of feathers in 3 min

A TED video on the evolution of feathers.

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

2 May 7, 2013
Reply by Steph S.

Ecology Buys Time for Evolution: Climate Change Disrupts Songbird's Timing Without Impacting Population Size (Yet)

Apr. 25, 2013 — Songbird populations can handle far more disrupting climate change than expected. Density-dependent processes are buying t…

Started by Steph S.

0 Apr 25, 2013

Could we see the Passenger Pigeon again?

http://www.spiegel.de/international/zeitgeist/scientists-aim-to-bring-the-passenger-pigeon-back-from-extinction-a-893744.html

Started by Dominic Florio

8 Apr 23, 2013
Reply by Dominic Florio

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