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It's A Batty Evening On The Panama Fruit FeederAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

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Honeycreeper Interrupts Bananaquits Feeding On Nectar At The Panama Fruit FeederAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Webinar: Enjoying and Helping Birds This WinterIn this webinar for beginners, American Bird Conservancy staff discuss winter migration, how to help birds survive through the winter, and feeding tips for common backyard species.

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Multi-drone system autonomously surveys penguin coloniesA new multi-drone imaging system was put to the test in Antarctica. The task? Documenting a colony of roughly 1 million Adélie penguins.

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Cracking the secrets of dinosaur eggshellsSince the famous discovery of dinosaur eggs in the Gobi Desert in the early 1920s, the fossilized remains have captured the imaginations of paleontologists and the public, alike.

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Call for proposals: coastal areas in Cabo VerdeOn behalf of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, BirdLife announces a new large grant Call for Letters of Inquiry for projects focused on the protection of coastal areas in Cabo Verde.

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Chilly Morning Brings Diverse Feeder Birds To Ontario FeederWatch CamWatch online with highlight clips and information about the birds at to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Blue Jays Pick Peanuts On Snowy Morning In OntarioWatch online with highlight clips and information about the birds at to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Birds and BerriesHenry David Thoreau wrote, "Our little mountain-ash is all alive with A dozen robins on it at once..."

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Slim PickingsI've been based at Holly's since the weekend. I almost headed west to Cornwall for a few days but decided instead to focus locally so I visi...

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Where Will The Crows Sleep This Winter?Winter crow flock flies over Soldiers and Sailors, 24 Oct 2020, 18:30.

Outside My Window Shared .

BP Oil Spill Ten Years Later: Part 3Why didn't non-profits do more to expose BP's ways of minimizing their liability in 2010?

Laura Erickson's For the Birds Shared .

Norfolk Bird News And Megas!For access to full details of daily sightings, please subscribe to one of RBA's Bi...

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RBA Weekly Round-up 20th to 26th October!

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Save the Lapwing petition now with over 15, 000 supportersThis is pretty impressive SEE HERE.

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

A Cracking CaspWell I ended my last post saying how lucky I was to work beside the Axe Estuary, and at 09:30 morning whilst sat at my desk I found an absol...

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Bird Cams Lab Q&AJoin the Bird Cams Lab community in a discussion about the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Red-tailed Hawk cam and recent data gathered from the Hawk Happenings investigation.

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Antarctica yields oldest fossils of giant birds with 21-foot wingspans: Two fossils from a group of extinct seabirds represent the largest individualsSome of the largest birds in history, called pelagornithids, arose a few million years after the mass extinction that killed off the dinosaurs and patrolled the oceans with giant wingspans for some 60 million years.

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Male Pileated Woodpecker Commandeers Suet Feeder In Sapsucker WoodsThe Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab's Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003.

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Blue Jays And Blackbirds Compete For Space At The Cornell FeedersThe Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab's Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

A Morning With Evening GrosbeaksWatch online with highlight clips and information about the birds at to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

FeistypipersPity the bird that gets between a Semipalmated Sandpiper and its meal out on the mudflat!

Bird Note Shared .

Rolling Backwards In The SkyBirmingham roller pigeon , Scottish flying breeds show, 2007.

Outside My Window Shared .

4K Birds and Relaxing Bird SoundsVideo Produced by Paul Dinning - Wildlife in Cornwall.

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Grouse: If Not Hope, Then CourageIn the final episode of Grouse, host Ashley Ahearn returns to a lek in Washington with biologist Michael Schroeder and finds it scorched by recent wildfire.

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BP Oil Spill Ten Years Later: Part 2BP managed to change a rule to vastly understate the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on wildlife, when the oiled wildlife number is what determines an oil spill's impact on wildlife.

Laura Erickson's For the Birds Shared .

BP Oil Spill, Ten Years LaterApril 20, 2020, was the 10-year anniversary of the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.

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SWFL Eagles_ H and M Are Busy At New Nest ~ E15 Lunges At M15 In Old Nest 10-26-20Harriet, M15 and E15 greeted the dawn with their "good morning" vocals. E15 dropped to the nest to eat some leftover roadkill while H and M flew to the west pasture to continue building a new nest.

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It is urgent to ban toxic lead shot in the EUResponding to EU citizens' concerns on the state of the environment, the alarming loss of biodiversity and protecting human health, MEPs should support the decision of the REACH Committee, following the opinion of the European Chemicals Agency, to ban lead shot in wetlands.

Bird Life International Shared .

Male Pine Grosbeak Joins White-crowned Sparrow At Ontario FeedersWatch online with highlight clips and information about the birds at to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Hidden losses deep in the Amazon rainforestNew research shows that animal patterns are changing in the absence of landscape change, which signals a sobering warning that simply preserving forests will not maintain rainforest biodiversity.

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Rainy Morning Brings Forest Residents To Cornell FeedersThe Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab's Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Chorus Line in the SkyA flock of small shorebirds twists and turns, glittering in the sky. When threatened by a falcon, these birds take to the air, flying so close together that it's hard for a predator to capture one.

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Yesterday Morning in Schenley ParkWitch hazel blooming in Schenley Park, 25 Oct 2020.

Outside My Window Shared .

Bird WatchBird Watch w/ Roger Taylor 10-24-2020 See for privacy information.

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No More New Hydropower In Europe: A ManifestoFor decades in Europe we have been building hydropower plants along our rivers, damaging one of the most precious resources for all life on earth: rivers and freshwater ecosystems.

Bird Life International Shared .

BP Oil Spill, Ten Years Later: Part IIn July 2010, Laura went down to the Gulf for a few weeks during the BP oil spill.

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A Glorious Afternoon At East Hills, Wells!Update shortly.........

Penny's Hot Birding and Life! Shared .

Red-backed Shrike and Shore Lark at St Mary's Bay in KentA nice trip down to Kent yesterday to spend the some time with the birds in St Mary's Bay.

Brian's Birding Blog Shared .

803 Oct. 25, 2020On Our Latest Show: the strange-sounding Lagopus lagopus; a screech-owl audio postcard; the return of the gynandromorphs; and another winner in our Make Your Own Swag Contest.

Talkin' Birds Shared .

Where Birds Go to DieBirds seem to be all around us. But we rarely come across those that have died.

Bird Note Shared .

Hurricanes and Smoke23 October 2020, 9:10a: Satellite shows Hurricane Epsilon near Bermuda and smoke from Colorado's East Troublesome Wildfire crossing the Atlantic.

Outside My Window Shared .

Red-flanked Bluetail at Holme!I woke up late and felt spaced out with the medication I'm taking. Eventually got out of the house and went to Holme village car park.

Penny's Hot Birding and Life! Shared .

Good Gull DayTypical conditions and date for a decent 'grounding' of large Gulls on the Axe today, and I wasn't disappointed!

Axe Birding Shared .

Sunrise and HeatLast week there was frost in the suburbs on 17 October. This week 23 October was unusually hot at 78-80 degrees F in Schenley Park.

Outside My Window Shared .

The Secret Lives of GoldfinchesAmerican Goldfinches are one of our most familiar birds, but they lead lives that are anything but ordinary.

Bird Note Shared .

African StonechatAll this Stonechat talk reminded me of a lifer I had last year in Uganda which got a bit lost in all the tropical specialities.

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Rose Breasted Grosbeak Juvenile MalePrecious young male Rose Breasted Grosbeak seems to be contemplating life and his upcoming first fall migration while sitting in an Eastern Hemlock tree.

My Backyard Birding Shared .

Snipes PoolSnipes Pool is more often than not 'quiet' whenever I stop to have a look at it when I am in Norfolk.

The Early Birder Shared .

Friday Night Update!So, the second part of my root canal filling treatment was done on Wednesday and I was an hour and a quarter in the chair, but nowhere near...

Penny's Hot Birding and Life! Shared .

Redstart Live Episode #8: Choosing the Best Binocular for You, Part 2In this week's episode of Redstart Live, @redstartbirding's Wendy and Kelly discuss some lower-budget options for birding binoculars that are light on the wallet but still pack a punch!

Bird Watchers Digest Shared .

Episode 154: True Nature: The Naturalist's Dilemma, by Julie ZickefooseFor a naturalist attempting to consider every living thing that forages and frolics in the brush throughout the year, there just isn't a perfect time to mow!

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Episode 153: The Big-head Divers: Goldeneyes and Buffleheads, by Alvaro JaramilloWinter often brings high densities of migratory birds to North America - especially waterfowl. Bird ID guru Alavaro Jaramillo takes a closer look at two groups of diving ducks, where to find them, and how to differentiate them from each other and the array of gorgeous duck species that visit this time of year.

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Episode 152: Gulls are the Original Larophiles, by Al BattBWD columnist Al Batt spins a tale about prepping for a birding trip with his pal, Seymour Birdz.

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Beddington FarmlandsMark Avery updated on this on his blog recently SEE HERE and here is the latest corporate video from Viridor.

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Is It the Same Robin?Autumn brings robins to feed on tree fruit and berries. Are the robins you see now the same robins that you saw in your garden last summer?

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5 Reasons to ban lead shot in wetlandsLead is poison for birds, biodiversity and people. Lead-based hunting pollutes our environment and endangers animals and people.

Bird Life International Shared .

Wonders of the DeepThe Nautilus Exploration Program of Ocean Exploration Trust explores the ocean using remotely operated vehicles launched from their research vessel, E/V Nautilus.

Outside My Window Shared .

The Bird Banter Podcast #78 with Nick LundNick Lund, "The Birdist" and I talk about how he became The Birdist, birding in Maine, his birding story, and about birding adventures and more on this episode.

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Huge Bison Herd Crosses RoadFront row seat as 100's of Bison or American Buffalo cross right in front us in Lamar Valley at Yellowstone National Park in September.

My Backyard Birding Shared .

SWFL Eagles_ ? A Second Nest Growing? As E15 Grows In Confidence and Beauty 10-22-20Harriet and M15 added numerous sticks to the crotch of the west pasture snag today.

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DNA in fringe-lipped bat feces reveals unexpected eating habitsBy examining the guano of the fringe-lipped bat , biologists encountered surprising results about its eating habits and foraging abilities.

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More on StonechatsIn between work today I've been reading and talking about Stonechats inspired by both recent experiences and also Steve Gale found a pale St...

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Press release: European Parliament wants to kill off nature for goodThis Friday, Members of the European Parliament will conclude a series of nature-killing votes shaping the future of the Common Agricultural Policy.

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These two bird-sized dinosaurs evolved the ability to glide, but weren't great at itDespite having bat-like wings, two small dinosaurs, Yi and Ambopteryx, struggled to fly, only managing to glide clumsily between the trees where they lived, researchers report October 22 in the journal iScience.

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Social life as a driving factor of birds' generosityTaking a look at generosity within the crow family reveals parallels with human evolution. Working together to raise offspring and increased tolerance towards group members contribute to the emergence of generous behavior among ravens, crows, magpies and company.

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Evening Grosbeaks Aflutter At The Ontario FeederWatch Cam Tray FeederThe FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario. This northern site is an excellent location to see winter finches like redpolls and grosbeaks as well as two species of Jays and even Ruffed Grouse!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

White-throated Sparrows Show Off To Ontario FeederWatch CamThe FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario. This northern site is an excellent location to see winter finches like redpolls and grosbeaks as well as two species of Jays and even Ruffed Grouse!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Press release: EU countries endorse EU biodiversity Strategy 2030Brussels - 23 October 2020 To the members of the press - for immediate release Today, leaders from all of the EU adopted the EU Biodiversity Strategy.

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American Crow Packs Away Peanuts On The Ontario FeederWatch CamThe FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario. This northern site is an excellent location to see winter finches like redpolls and grosbeaks as well as two species of Jays and even Ruffed Grouse!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Climate Change and Range ExpansionIn the past few decades, a number of species have spread north from California into Oregon, Washington, and even to British Columbia.

Bird Note Shared .

They Eat Poison IvyWhen you see a bird eating white berries from a hairy vine you might not realize it's eating poison ivy.

Outside My Window Shared .

Videos for Cats ~ The Forest Bird Table ⭐ 8 HOURS ⭐ Relax with NatureVideos for Cats to Watch Birds ~ The Forest Bird Table ⭐ 8 HOURS ⭐ Great Spotted Woodpecker arrives at 3:05.

Paul Dinning Shared .

04-34: Birding in the COVID-19 Era, Part 2We are now in the 7th month of this COVID pandemic purgatory, and way way back in April of this year Birding magazine editor Ted Floyd and host Nate Swick had a conversation about what birding will look like during the pandemic.

American Birding Podcast Shared .

Grouse and Glaciers in the Big Sky StateIn celebration of the Global Bird Weekend, Hannah and Erik head to Glacier National Park to tally up species in this iconic, picturesque landscape in the Big Sky state.

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The Old OnesHello, Sorry the weather is not cooperating with your banding times. Love the photos from Greece.

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Apparent Stejneger's StonechatLuckily the Eastern Stonechat was still there today at Medmerry Rspb and got some better shots that support the initial impressions yesterda...

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Bald Eagle Perches Within View Of Savannah CamWatch live at the Fall of 2014, a pair of Great Horned Owls began frequenting an abandoned Bald Eagle nest adjacent to a protected, nutrient-rich salt marsh along the Georgia coast.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Legacy pollutants found in migratory terns in Great Lakes regionChemicals that haven't been manufactured in the U.S. for years or even decades are still turning up in the bodies of migratory terns in the Great Lakes region, a new study finds.

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White-crowned Sparrow Stops By Feeder Tray In OntarioThe FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario. This northern site is an excellent location to see winter finches like redpolls and grosbeaks as well as two species of Jays and even Ruffed Grouse!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Lily the barn owl reveals how birds fly in gusty winds: Newly discovered avian suspension system has implications for bio-inspired aircraftScientists from the University of Bristol and the Royal Veterinary College have discovered how birds are able to fly in gusty conditions - findings that could inform the development of bio-inspired small-scale aircraft.

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Sparrows And Chickadees Forage In Fresh Morning SnowThe FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario. This northern site is an excellent location to see winter finches like redpolls and grosbeaks as well as two species of Jays and even Ruffed Grouse!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Here Come the MerlinsSmaller than a pigeon - but fierce enough to knock one from the air - are the powerful, compact falcons known as Merlins.

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Schenley Park Outing, Oct 25Back in March I canceled all my 2020 outings because of COVID-19. The disease has not disappeared - in fact it's resurging now in the U.S. and Allegheny County - but we've learned more about how it spreads and the relative safety of being outdoors.

Outside My Window Shared .

October Snow!Laura's had a frustrating and a fun time watching birds in the October snow.

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October Snow! !This Blue Jay takes shelter from the snow, putting the feeder's squirrel baffle to a new use.

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Autumn Birding Apocalypse 2020!Genius work by "Beachy Head Birder" Must have taken him forever to design, absolutely brilliant!...

Penny's Hot Birding and Life! Shared .

Knot Numbers Hit Record Level At RSPB Snettisham!

Penny's Hot Birding and Life! Shared .

RBA Weekly Round-Up 13th to 19th October!

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Selsey PeninsulaMy moth trapping attempt failed epically last night because the wind blew the trap over.

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Evening Grosbeaks Soak In The Sun At Ontario FeedersThe FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario. This northern site is an excellent location to see winter finches like redpolls and grosbeaks as well as two species of Jays and even Ruffed Grouse!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Gray-headed Chachalacas Waiting For The Panama Fruit Feeder To Be RefilledAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Childlessness by circumstance: Why zebra finches have problems with reproductionIn birds and other species alike, pairs can face considerable difficulties with reproduction. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology in Seewiesen have now shown in an extensive analysis of 23,000 zebra finch eggs that infertility is mainly due to males, while high embryo mortality is more a problem of the females.

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White-throated Sparrow Joins Junco And Starling At Ontario FeedersThe FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario. This northern site is an excellent location to see winter finches like redpolls and grosbeaks as well as two species of Jays and even Ruffed Grouse!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Before and AfterBefore two heart attacks, breast cancer, and four years of Donald Trump: After all that.

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Ontario FeederWatch Cam Returns For 2020-21 Season With Ruffed Grouse VisitThe FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario. This northern site is an excellent location to see winter finches like redpolls and grosbeaks as well as two species of Jays and even Ruffed Grouse!

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Call of the Sage-GrouseIn the Red Desert of Wyoming, Erik Molvar takes us up close and personal with a Greater Sage-Grouse mating site, known as a lek.

Bird Note Shared .

Dolphins Are Polite In ConversationWe know that dolphins are intelligent and that their whistles and clicks are a form of communication.

Outside My Window Shared .

Relax Your Dog TVVideo Produced by Paul Dinning - Wildlife in Cornwall.

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Northern Harrier Hawk Catches PreyA Northern Harrier hawk hunts by flying low over marshland and prairie and hovering and then striking at small mammals.

My Backyard Birding Shared .

Grouse: The Death of Compromise?Back in 2015, the Obama Administration hammered out a deal with leaders and land managers across the west that avoided listing the Greater Sage-Grouse under the Endangered Species Act.

BirdNote Presents Shared .

Country diary: an immense space studded with razor shellsHolkham, Norfolk: It occurs to me that every shell is an exact analogue of its wider environment.

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SWFL Eagles_ E15 Dances On Different Snags and Delivers A Stick To The Nest 10-19-20E15 was "off" again to the DSPS before taking off again, skimming the pond and then up to perch in the office oak.

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SWFL Eagles_ H and M Are Home Taking Sticks To A West Pasture Snag and E15 Watches 10-19-20Harriet and M15 were seen in the west pasture snag they have been taking sticks too and also perching in this fall.

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Old Vic Autumn MothsSpent the day with the family while waiting for the wind to switch to the south east and then I headed off to the south coast to look for mi...

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Flock Of Red-winged Blackbirds Pass Through Cornell FeedersThe Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab's Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Gray-headed Chachalacas Test The Panama Fruit Feeder CapacityAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Odors as navigational cues for pigeons: Volatile organic compounds identified that can be used for olfactory navigation by homing pigeonsOdors are known to be essential for navigation during homeward orientation and migration of some bird species.

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White-browed CoucalThis White-browed Coucal - also known as Burchell's Coucal - is common in many parts of Africa.

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Airborne For 10 Months Of The YearCommon swifts from Crossley ID Guide for Great Britain and Ireland.

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Owl GiantsWest of the Mississippi from Canada to Central America lives the Burrowing Owl. These small, brownish tan-colored owls with bright yellow eyes are the only raptors in North America that live underground in burrows they dig themselves or usurp from a ground squirrel or tortoise.

Ornithology Shared .

Pixie Birding: Morocco Birding Trip ReportNature, Wildlife, Birding, Twitching and Photography from Cheshire, North Wales, the North West and the UK.

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Changing AppearanceLaura speculates on how adult birds maintain pretty much the same appearance during the time they have dependent young.

Laura Erickson's For the Birds Shared .

Cute and Interesting Chickadee BehaviorBusiness inquiries ONLY, please contact email account is not monitored by me "Lesley" therefore any bird-related questions will go unanswered, also if you have a sick or injured bird in your possession I can not help this bird in any way it is strongly advised to contact a local vet or wildlife official before any decisions are made.

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MEGA! ! ! EASTERN RUFOUS BUSH CHAT at Stiffkey, Norfolk! Take Two! Plus Searching For Migrants On Last Day of My Holiday! !Update shortly.......

Penny's Hot Birding and Life! Shared .

Masked Shrike at Shuart in KentWhilst in Norfolk yesterday I had one eye on the Masked Shrike found down in Kent and hoped it would stay long enough for me to connect wit...

Brian's Birding Blog Shared .

802 Oct. 18, 2020On our latest show: Pine Siskins on parade; the jay that will land on your hat; Birdability Week; and our first Make Your Own Swag Contest winner.

Talkin' Birds Shared .

Tony Angell Reflects on NatureTony Angell, gazing on Puget Sound, writes: "From the beach below, that evocative perfume of the sea, decaying kelp, is wafted up on the breeze..."

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Dotterel! Oakley Airfield.I'm on a bit of roll. Had this Dotterel flying over Oakley Airfield this morning, walking distance from Holly's.

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

If This Was A Normal YearIn a normal year there's practically no activity at the Cathedral of Learning peregrine nest from July until the next January so it's safe for me to ignore the nestcam snapshots while the streaming falconcam is off.

Outside My Window Shared .

Changing AppearancesWhen my daughter Katie was 7 or 8 months old, I decided to change my hairstyle so I could have bangs.

Laura's Birding Blog Shared .

MEGA! ! ! EASTERN RUFOUS BUSH CHAT at Stiffkey, Norfolk! A Day In History That Will Never Be Forgotten! ! !This morning my plan was to start the day at Stiffkey Campsite Wood to...

Penny's Hot Birding and Life! Shared .

Rufous tailed Scrub Robin at StiffkeyI set off this morning with a plan to visit Stiffkey and Holme for some migrant hunting.

Brian's Birding Blog Shared .

Dusky Warbler!I had an excellent day yesterday at South Foreland valley. Ebird list HERE. The undoubted high light was finding my all time WP and World...

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Dependent NestlingsPhoto by Stan Tekiela, from my book, Into the Nest My grandson Walter, who was exactly two months old October 14, is very much like a hatch...

Laura's Birding Blog Shared .

Cattle EgretMany birds that forage in open country, such as Cattle Egrets, benefit from association with large grazing mammals.

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Fall Color at Its BestThis week was a spectacular time for fall color in the Pittsburgh area. Schenley Park was especially beautiful as brilliant red sugar maples gave way to subtler sassafras, ash, buckeye and sweet gum.

Outside My Window Shared .

HoopoeA visit to Yorkshire where a very obliging Hoopoe had been for a good week was too good an opportunity to turn down.

The Early Birder Shared .

Searching For Rares At Thornham and Holme! Plus TWO Red-flanked Bluetails!Robin sweetly singing to me along Marsh Lane, Holme. I was completely exhausted last night and couldn't even write my blog post up!

Penny's Hot Birding and Life! Shared .

Purple FinchThe Purple Finch sings a cheery-sounding series of slightly slurred whistles. Females have a similar song that can last one to two minutes; they often sing from the nest.

American Bird Conservancy Shared .

That Friday FeelingSend the geese down here shooting is something I havn't come across in years. Mike.

Another Bird Blog Shared .

Spot-crowned Barbets And A Variety Of Other Birds On The Panama Fruit FeederAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Redstart Live Episode #7: Choosing the Best Binocular for You, Part 1In this episode of Redstart Live, Wendy and Kelly talk about the importance of size and magnification when choosing birding binoculars, as well as considerations for different scenarios and personal preferences.

Bird Watchers Digest Shared .

Ashy Storm-PetrelThe Ashy Storm-Petrel is a small, sooty-colored seabird, slightly larger than an Eastern Bluebird. This specialized seabird can only be found in the area of the Pacific Ocean's California Current, where the cold waters are rich in nutrients that sustain sea creatures from tiny krill to enormous whales.

American Bird Conservancy Shared .

Busy Birds On Dreary Day At Cornell FeedersThe Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab's Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

World's greatest mass extinction triggered switch to warm-bloodednessMammals and birds today are warm-blooded, and this is often taken as the reason for their great success.

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Episode 79: The Birding Co-OpIn a world where we all feel disconnected, The Birding Co-op provides a diverse, ambitious, and supportive global community who wants to make the birding world a better place through responsible tourism practices, advocating for social liberties, and advancing science-based environmental changes.

Out There With the Birds Shared .

Global Bird WeekendI'm going to spend Saturday, October 17, birding. Most mornings I get "grandma duty" for a few hours, and during that time Saturday, Walter...

Laura's Birding Blog Shared .

Chipping SparrowsThe begging calls of male baby Chipping Sparrows mix into what is known as "subsong," a sort of infant babbling.

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How To Find Dinosaur TeethCloseup of Tyrannosaurus rex, a theropod from the Cretaceous of South Dakota, Field Museum, Chicago.

Outside My Window Shared .

The Bird Banter Podcast #74 with Tom BancroftThis episode was recorded about a month ago, and the plan was to publish it while I was recovering from a hip replacement surgery.

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Country diary: signs of autumn fill the sensesLittle Casterton, Rutland: A brilliant production ushers in the darker months, fungi are everywhere and trees form hard shadows in the sky.

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Global Bird WeekendLaura is part of the BirdWatching* magazine team that will be participating in Global Bird Weekend tomorrow, planning to have a lot of fun in a safe, socially-distanced way, and hoping that her participation will help BirdLife International's campaign to end the illegal bird trade.

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Red-flanked Bluetail and Dawn 'til Dusk Birding!All images remain copyright of Penny Clarke. No image may be downloaded, copied, printed, sampled or redistributed in any form, whole or part without prior written permissionPenny Clarke 2020.If you wish to purchase an image as a print or digital file for personal use or publication, please send an email to: : P R I N T S High quality prints are...

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SWFL Eagles_ We See All Three This AM ~ Tough Love Is Beginning? 10-15-20At daybreak, E15 perched and vocalized from a front pine and Harriet and M15 were not seen.

Wskrsn wings Shared .

Sheppey Day TwoIt was an interesting night in the van on the sea front with the strong winds and rain storms.

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Baltimore Orioles Are Back For The Winter; Panama Fruit FeederAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Patient of the Week: Brandta€™s CormorantA Brandt’s Cormorant came to us last week after ingesting a fish hook and having two others lodged in its mouth.

International Bird Rescue Shared .

Thrush RushOther than the Chaffinch I have never seen any of the other birds. Nothing much happening here only the sparrows and the tits!

Another Bird Blog Shared .

Hudsonian GodwitHudsonian Godwits are tough birds to find, and they were once thought extinct due to overhunting.

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Watch For Amazing Flocks This FallMigrating flock of common grackles take over the trees.

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Trumpeter Swans River MeditationRelax to Trumpeter Swans preening and swimming at sunrise in early autumn in the Firehole River at Yellowstone National Park which is fed by waters from many geysers including old faithful.

My Backyard Birding Shared .

04-33: Sage-Grouse Politics and the American West with Ashley AhearnThe Greater Sage-Grouse is one of the more bizarre birds in North America and frequently a flashpoint for conservation and land management concerns in the American west.

American Birding Podcast Shared .

From rural housewives to Mother Guards of the forestMeet the "Mama-Mama Penjaga Mbeliling" - a group of Indonesian women who believe their duty of care extends far beyond just their children.

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Izembek National Wildlife Refuge: Where Life AboundsVisit the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. Walrus , brown bear fishing for salmon , and virtually the entire population of Pacific Black Brant thrive in this unique area.

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Beak bone reveals pterosaur like no otherA new species of small pterosaur - similar in size to a turkey - has been discovered, which is unlike any other pterosaur seen before due to its long slender toothless beak.

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Fabulous Fall Of Birds Along Norfolk Coast!Annoyingly my kitchen / diner ring light decided to die last night, so I had no choice but to go to the only place where I can...

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Mapping out rest stops for migrating birds: New metric can help determine when birds fly over a site or stop to refuel or restA team of researchers have developed a new metric called the stopover-to-passage ratio that can help determine if a majority of birds are flying over a particular site or stopping at the site to refuel or rest.

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Last Knockings Pallas'sSpent the day in North Kent looking for an eastern vagrant. I spent most of the day at Grain, Ebird list HERE but it was pretty disappoin...

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Plastics threat to South Pacific seabirds confirmedPlastic gathered from remote corners of the South Pacific Ocean, including nesting areas of New Zealand albatrosses, has confirmed the global threat of plastic pollution to seabirds.

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Acorn WoodpeckerHe doesn't sound exactly like Woody Woodpecker, but the Acorn Woodpecker was probably the model for the cartoon character.

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Up to 55 mph Non-Stop For 11 DaysYesterday the news broke that a bar-tailed godwit fitted with a satellite tracking tag had flown non-stop over the Pacific Ocean from Alaska to New Zealand in 11 days.

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Dependent NestlingsLaura's new grandbaby and the neighborhood crows and jays are making her think about dependent young of all species.

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Woodson Art Museum's 2020 Birds in Art ExhibitMy collection of "Birds in Art" catalogs goes back to 1989.. One of my favorite annual traditions is driving to the Leigh Yawkey Woodson A...

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Norfolk In Early Stages Of Steep Rise In Coronavirus Cases, Says Public Health Director

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New £10,000 Fence And ‘Viewing Corridor' To Protect Seals Along 1.2km Stretch At WintertonFabulous news!

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Review: Big Agnes Skyline Ultralight Backpacking Stool!I've been thinking for a while about researching and finding an incredibly lightweight stool that I can carry with me when out birding, not...

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RBA Weekly Round-Up 6th to 12th October!

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More of the Wilson's Phalarope at KeyhavenI had a great time watching the Wilson's Phalarope at such close quarters and you'd think the fact that it came close would help with the...

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Tufted Titmice Sample From Seed Cylinders At Cornell FeedersThe Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab's Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003.

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Green Honeycreepers Join Tanagers, Euphonias And Thrushes On The Panama Fruit FeederAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

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An Annual Trek to a LekMatt Holloran has been studying Greater Sage-Grouse for more than 20 years, assessing how oil and gas extraction affects them.

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Meet The AncestorsWe've known for a while that birds are descended from dinosaurs. In fact, paleontologist Mikael Siversson says, "Not only are birds descended from dinosaurs, but in fact birds are dinosaurs."

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Press Release: European Parliament parties give nature kiss of deathMore species will go extinct and future generations will suffer if new proposals on the Common Agricultural Policy pass.

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Grouse: Oil and GasWestern Wyoming is home to many sage-grouse mating and nesting sites. And, in recent years, it's also become a hub of oil and gas extraction.

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Fun and Interesting Reasons Why Birds SunbatheBusiness inquiries ONLY, please contact email account is not monitored by me "Lesley" therefore any bird-related questions will go unanswered, also if you have a sick or injured bird in your possession I can not help this bird in any way it is strongly advised to contact a local vet or wildlife official before any decisions are made.

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SWFL Eagles_ E15 Successfully Hunts ~ Frog Legs For Breakfast 10-12-20E15 flew from the west pasture to the nest tree early this morning, watchful of the area while he/she pulled and tugged at the cam strap with both feet and beak.

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Holiday UpdateSome of you have probably been wondering why I haven't posted much - well, I haven't really left the house to be honest, for several reasons...

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Phalaropes at Keyhaven HampshireA drive down to Keyhaven for first light today delivered a couple of very welcome year ticks in the form of Grey and Wilson's Phalarope.

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Please Sign This Petition: Safeguard Kenfig Nature Reserve Using Compulsory Purchase PowersThank you.

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Black2Nature and meBlog by a young birder, birdwatcher, twitcher, naturalist, environmentalist and writer about birds, wildlife, nature, conservation and ringing.

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A Brief History of ParrotsI read about a parrot that testified in court against the wife of his owner.

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Yogi Berra's Wit and WisdomThe late Yogi Berra, renowned New York Yankees catcher, is sometimes remembered less for his exceptional play and more for his turns of phrase.

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Crunch time for the Brexit negotiationsWith the pandemic using up most of the oxygen in our national and European debates, Brexit still remains as a topic that we should focus on as negotiations enter their final stretch, ostensibly by next week, and at the latest by the end of the year.

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Cat TVVideo Produced by Paul Dinning - Wildlife in Cornwall.

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Without ColumbusThis statue in Schenley Park was celebrated when it was erected by the Italian-American Sons of Columbus in 1958 but has been a source of controversy in recent decades.

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Woodson Art Museum "Birds in Art" 2020Laura got this year's catalogue for the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum's annual Birds in Art exhibit.

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Frontera Audubon Turkey Vulture RoostWhile I was visiting the Rio Grande Valley with a friend with an eye on potential retirement spots I made sure to hit my favorite places.

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Want to discover world's top wildlife habitats? This website has them allWhere can you find out about the world's most important sites for nature, and the reasons for their significance?

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801 Oct. 11, 2020On our latest show: Fantastic flights of winter finches; Rick Wright on The Future of Birding; Mike O'Connor on crazy bird names; and the State Bird of California.

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Oakley AirfieldSpent the last couple of days doing Oakley Airfield. Pretty impressive number of birds up there, Ebird list and some vis mig sound recording...

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Visualization and World's Smallest Dinosaur Park?I spend a lot of time poking around different areas looking for new places to go birding, hiking, and recently, potential dark sites for a...

The Brownstone Birding Blog Shared .

Alexander ArchipelagoHow will birds and other wildlife respond to global climate change? We can learn many lessons from the Alexander Archipelago, a chain of islands in southeast Alaska.

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Tracker Eggs May Save Endangered TurtlesGreen sea turtles are endangered and olive ridley sea turtles are vulnerable even though both have a wide distribution in the tropical oceans.

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Squirrel Steals Peanut Butter SandwichRiley Raccoon is late for breakfast and after a Blue Jay fails to snatch his peanut butter sandwich one of the Backyard squirrels takes it.

My Backyard Birding Shared .

The Times They Are A Changin'

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Bird Talk with David and Scott Menough October 10, 2020See for privacy information.

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Songbirds: The Large and Small of ItThe group of birds called "songbirds" - the perching birds - is incredibly broad. Half the world's 10,000 birds are in the songbird group, and their range of body sizes is mind-boggling.

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Nature's Bird Food and Other October DelightsThis October there are plentiful fruits and seeds for migrating birds in Pittsburgh. Virginia creeper, porcelain berry, and rose hips provide food for cedar waxwings and robins.

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78 Global Bird Weekend with Tim Appleton MBEOn October 17th and 18th 2020, the inaugural Global Bird Weekend will be held. Co-founder Tim Appleton MBE tells me how this event will bring together birdwatchers from over 100 countries, encouraging people of all levels of experience to watch and listen to their local birds.

The Casual Birder Podcast Shared .

The Bearded Vulture in LincolnshireHaving walked about 20km in the Peak district to connect with the Lammergeier earlier in the year I watched with interest as she was reporte...

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The Bird Banter Podcast #77 with John Patten MossYou may remember John from episode #31 when we talked about his upcoming birding big year traveling only by unicycle and on foot.

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KestrelOn one of my many Spring lockdown walks. I found a pair of Kestrels. I stayed watchin...

The Early Birder Shared .

Figure of Eight, the Old VicarageIf I'm not mistaken, I've had another moth lifer at the Old Vicarage today - a Figure of Eight.

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Redstart Live Episode #6: RV Birding!This week on Redstart Live, Wendy gives a tour of the fabulous RV the crew enjoyed during #bwdcamp2020, courtesy of Neff Brothers RV in northern Ohio.

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A Very Aracari Afternoon On The Panama Fruit FeederAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Monk ParakeetsIf you live in North America, parrots might seem like exotic creatures. North America's once-common native species, the Carolina Parakeet, has been extinct since the early 20th Century.

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Global Bird Weekend: how you can help birds by spotting themSaturday 17th - Sunday 18th October is Global Bird Weekend, where people across the world will venture out to record as many birds as they can - and raise money for conservation while they're doing it.

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More Than a BillionThe most numerous wild bird on earth, estimated at 1.5 billion individuals, is the red-billed quelea of sub-Saharan Africa.

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Red Shouldered Hawk Territory DisputeA very large, but immature Red Shouldered Hawk is run out of the Backyard by an adult and a few Blue Jays who seem to be on the side of the older established hawk.

My Backyard Birding Shared .

Hammonasset 'Big Day'I had a stretch of free time last week and aimed to spend one entire day at Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison, CT.

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SWFL Eagles_ E15 Quietly Watchful and Another New Lookout Spot 10-08-20Adult vocals were heard in the west pasture before daybreak and one adult was seen perching there before they flew from the pasture area.

Wskrsn wings Shared .

Kirtland's Warbler: Keep it Coming BackThe Kirtland's Warbler fought back from the brink of extinction, but its story doesn't stop there.

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Four Collared Aracaris Visit The Panama Fruit FeederAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Merveille du jourIt has been a long time coming and I've dreamed of catching one since I've started mothing.

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Crabs are key to ecology and economy in Oman: Importance of crabs should be considered when looking at increasing human pressure on Barr Al Hikman natThe intertidal mudflats of Barr Al Hikman, a nature reserve at the south-east coast of the Sultanate Oman, are crucial nursery grounds for numerous crab species.

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Double win for our Conservation Leadership alumni in Marsh AwardsWe are delighted to announce that this year, two of the prestigious Marsh Awards have been given to alumni of our Conservation Leadership Programme.

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Red-winged Blackbirds and Common Grackles Visit Cornell Feeder En MasseDid you know that many Red-winged Blackbirds and Common Grackles are short distance migrants? Red-winged Blackbirds in northern North America winter in the southern United States, as far as about 800 miles from their breeding ranges, and Common Grackles from the far-northern U.S., Canada, and the Great Plains winter in the central and southern...

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Zoologists uncover new example of rapid evolutionThe zoologists have discovered that male and female Sulawesi Babblers have evolved to attain different sizes on small islands, and in quick-fire time.

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House Finch And Cardinals Bring Warm Tones To Cornell FeedersThe Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab's Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003.

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Double jeopardy for ecologically rare birds and terrestrial mammalsCommon assumptions notwithstanding, rare species can play unique and essential ecological roles. After studying two, scientists have demonstrated that, though these species are found on all continents, they are more threatened by human pressures than ecologically common species and will also be more impacted by future climate change.

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Bird Names for BirdsLifelong birder Jordan Rutter co-founded the campaign Bird Names for Birds. The goal? To discontinue the use of honorific names and replace them with names that celebrate the unique attributes, behaviors, and biomes of the birds.

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Pine Siskins In My City NeighborhoodThis year's Winter Finch Forecast predicted that pine siskins in eastern Canada would move south this fall.

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04-32: The Secret Life of Rails with Auriel FournierRails are a mysterious and enigmatic family, often requiring and rewarding effort.

American Birding Podcast Shared .

Sewage Wetlands, an Urban OasisIn the Pacific Northwest, we often see a lot of shorebirds as vagrants in the fall.

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Gardening and Birding!Snettisham Coastal Park. It was a beautiful sunny day and looking at the weather forecast for the next few days and beyond, probably the...

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More Hoopoe imagesNo apologies for posting a few more images of yesterdays fabulous Hoopoe at Wighton.

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Boosting chickens' own immune response could curb diseaseBroiler chicken producers the world over are all too familiar with coccidiosis, a parasite-borne intestinal disease that stalls growth and winnows flocks.

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Bto And Covid-19BTO statement on participating in surveys during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Photographers in Focus: Sandrine Biziaux-SchersonThis month we are spotlighting the gorgeous and evocative bird photography of Sandrine Biziaux-Scherson. Born in France and now living and working from her home in Irvine, California, Sandrine came to our attention a few years ago when she photographed and helped alert us to an American White Pelican with a severe bill injury.

International Bird Rescue Shared .

Panama Fruit Feeder New Cam Species: Hooded WarblerAbout the Site The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is located on the grounds of the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Antón, Panama.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Oakley airfieldSpent the day locally today as wanted to try out Oakley airfield in the autumn after discovering it was pretty good for migrants in the Spri...

Non-Stop Birding Shared .

Robin's Epic Bird bathA mature and juvenile American Robin have an epic wild bird bath in a small spring-fed mountain stream.

My Backyard Birding Shared .

Saw-whet Owls Hoot and HootNorthern Saw-whet Owls are common in forests across southern Canada and the northern U.S. In early autumn, many move southward, making a large concentration especially in the region of the Great Lakes.

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Ecco, Ecco, TerzoSince last week's two installments in the Pitt peregrine soap opera, Morela's suitors continue to visit the nest.

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Bits And Pieces

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How's nature doing? BirdLife joins momentous collaboration for EU State of Nature reportHow can we secure a healthy, sustainable future for nature and people? What do we need to do, and when?

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Hoopoe at WightonHaving seen all the gripping images of the Hoopoe in Yorkshire I was itching to go and spend a day with it but I'm in Essex where the virus...

Brian's Birding Blog Shared .

Cat TV ⭐ Relax Your Cat with Woodland Birds and Bird Sounds ~ 8 HOURS ⭐ NEW ⭐Video Produced by Paul Dinning - Wildlife in Cornwall.

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Short-toed Eagle Found On Dorset Beach Taken Into Care!

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RBA Weekly Round-Up 29th September to 5th October!Thank you to the RBA Team for including on...

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Bird Names for Birds: An Interview with Jordan RutterThe names of some birds — such as the Spruce Grouse, Bald Eagle, and Long-billed Curlew — offer distinctive information about the bird or its habitat.

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Kent Mini-breakWell that didn't quite go to plan. I was waiting for something good to turn up on the east coast that I could twitch and then do some rarity...

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The first human settlers on islands caused extinctions: Fossil records depict devastating effect of humans on birds in the BahamasThough some believe prehistoric humans lived in harmony with nature, a new analysis of fossils shows human arrival in the Bahamas caused some birds to be lost from the islands and other species to be completely wiped out.

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Woodpeckers, Blue Jays, And Blackbirds, Oh My!The Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab's Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Shared .

Brown-headed NuthatchThe Brown-headed Nuthatch, like the Green Heron, is one of the few birds in the world to regularly use tools.

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Siberian Thrush and Masked Shrike…….4th October 2020 ; Kilminning Fife Siberian Thrush 1st winter Photo by Oli Mockridge. With no autumn holiday this year due to covid-19...

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Wewa and the GrouseWilson Wewa, an elder of the Northern Paiute tribe of the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon, remembers the first time he saw a sage-grouse lek...

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Spiders On CaffeineSince I began blogging 13 years ago my morning life has settled into a predictable pattern: I get up very early , make coffee, settle at my computer and start writing.

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Grouse: The Story of the Grieving Woman and the Sage-GrouseThe Greater Sage-Grouse appears in the the songs, stories and dances of many Indigenous Peoples of the West.

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