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I Get Back
Birdnews
By / December 22, 2021

I Get Back

… to where I once belonged. My first experience birding was as a teenager back in the 70s, when birding...

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Burrowing Owl named ABA’s 2022 Bird of the Year
Birdnews
By / December 21, 2021

Burrowing Owl named ABA’s 2022 Bird of the Year

Enjoy this roundup of stories we have published over the years about this adorable, fierce little owl. Read More "Burrowing...

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Protected area created to benefit one of the rarest birds in the world
Birdnews
By / December 21, 2021

Protected area created to benefit one of the rarest birds in the world

Brazil’s Cherry-throated Tanager is believed to number only 17 birds. Read More "Protected area created to benefit one of the...

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Shadow in the grasslands: Short-eared Owl
Birdnews
By / December 20, 2021

Shadow in the grasslands: Short-eared Owl

The species is in a decades-long population decline that has gone almost unnoticed. Read More "Shadow in the grasslands: Short-eared...

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White-faced Herons in Australia
Birdnews
By / December 19, 2021

White-faced Herons in Australia

White-faced Herons–Egrettta novaehollandiae are a very versatile heron species that we often observe around Broome. They can be found in...

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A brief history of exotic birds in the United States
Birdnews
By / December 17, 2021

A brief history of exotic birds in the United States

Avian introductions into the U.S. have been a constant occurrence since well before the founding of the country. Read More...

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Non-native songbirds in North America
Birdnews
By / December 17, 2021

Non-native songbirds in North America

A guide to 16 exotic passerines of the lower 48 states and southern Canada. Read More "Non-native songbirds in North...

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Worldwide project hopes to find 10 missing bird species
Birdnews
By / December 17, 2021

Worldwide project hopes to find 10 missing bird species

The Search for Lost Birds hopes to harness the collective power of birders to help find Jerdon’s Courser, Cuban Kite,...

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Birding Inirida, Colombia, a forest so young that birds still have no names, part 1
Birdnews
By / December 16, 2021

Birding Inirida, Colombia, a forest so young that birds still have no names, part 1

Have you ever birded a place so young that birds still have no names? Ten days ago, I was sitting...

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Kiwikiu among 10 U.S. species most threatened by climate change
Birdnews
By / December 15, 2021

Kiwikiu among 10 U.S. species most threatened by climate change

The bird is one of the top 10 endangered species in the United States due to the influence of climate...

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