Bird News

The Warbler Brewery – Skylight Double India Pale Ale
Birdnews
By / June 17, 2022

The Warbler Brewery – Skylight Double India Pale Ale

Times flies. So do birds. Well, most birds do. Penguins don’t. I had a nice double IPA with a penguin...

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Different, but the Same
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By / June 16, 2022

Different, but the Same

An eternity ago, when our now-adult children were young enough to watch Sesame Street, that show used to have segments...

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This is my dream – this is my nightmare
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By / June 16, 2022

This is my dream – this is my nightmare

Located in the Kutch District of Gujarat, the Naliya Grassland is the smallest reserve of India, covering only 2 square...

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Bird Litigation:  Guilty Plea Under Migratory Bird Treaty Act
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By / June 14, 2022

Bird Litigation:  Guilty Plea Under Migratory Bird Treaty Act

A wind energy company recently pleaded guilty to multiple violations of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) and agreed to...

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15 Australian Birds (Episode 2)
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By / June 13, 2022

15 Australian Birds (Episode 2)

Some more photos of Australian birds mixed with irrelevant facts and mediocre half-jokes, as a way to pass away the...

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Pallid Cuckoos and Processionary Caterpillars
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By / June 12, 2022

Pallid Cuckoos and Processionary Caterpillars

For a few weeks now there have been an increasing number of Processionary Caterpillars around Broome. The length of the...

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Back in the U.S.A.
Birdnews
By / June 11, 2022

Back in the U.S.A.

I may have mentioned in previous posts that I have recently had a to-the-death struggle with the Mexican banking system....

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Rarely Seen Costa Rica Birds That Aren’t Rare
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By / June 10, 2022

Rarely Seen Costa Rica Birds That Aren’t Rare

A birding trip is more than arriving to your destination and watching birds. It’s also getting ready for the trip...

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Why we need a naturalist renaissance
Birdnews
By / June 10, 2022

Why we need a naturalist renaissance

How time well spent with secretive kingfishers led author Marina Richie to see that we need more people of all...

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New invasive bird in Britain: Red-billed Leiothrix
Birdnews
By / June 10, 2022

New invasive bird in Britain: Red-billed Leiothrix

A tiny but loud, brightly colored songbird from subtropical Asia could be emerging as a new invasive species in Britain,...

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