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New maps of bird biodiversity can help conservation action plans
Birdnews
By / April 19, 2022

New maps of bird biodiversity can help conservation action plans

Detailed maps can help conservation managers focus their efforts where they are most likely to help birds. Read More "New...

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A few hours of birding on Mauritius Island
Birdnews
By / April 18, 2022

A few hours of birding on Mauritius Island

Apparently, Mauritius has one of the lowest tax rates in the world. Offshore businesses located in Mauritius that do not...

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Oldest known Roseate Spoonbill found nesting in Florida
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By / April 18, 2022

Oldest known Roseate Spoonbill found nesting in Florida

The bird, now more than 18 years old, was banded as a chick in December 2003. Read More "Oldest known...

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A few more birds and streetlights
Birdnews
By / April 17, 2022

A few more birds and streetlights

After last Sunday’s post featuring a few of the birds that use the streetlights around Broome I thought I really...

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Striking Gold in Costa Rica
Birdnews
By / April 16, 2022

Striking Gold in Costa Rica

The birding in Costa Rica is always golden but some days, you really do strike gold. Go birding in the...

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Documents: Biden administration misled public over secret plan to weaken Whooping Crane protections
Birdnews
By / April 15, 2022

Documents: Biden administration misled public over secret plan to weaken Whooping Crane protections

Officials seem to have been deliberately misleading the public about their intention to downlist the imperiled birds from endangered to...

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Birding Jianfengling, Hainan (I to Z)
Birdnews
By / April 14, 2022

Birding Jianfengling, Hainan (I to Z)

Continuing the bureaucratic approach of a previous post, this one covers the Jianfengling birds with names starting from I to...

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Say Hello  to my Little Friend
Birdnews
By / April 13, 2022

Say Hello to my Little Friend

Wood-Wrens, birds of the family Henicorhina, are very small wrens of Central and South America that like to live very...

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Myiarchus Mysteries
Birdnews
By / April 13, 2022

Myiarchus Mysteries

As is my self-declared tradition of speaking of groups of birds within the species gamut of Trinidad & Tobago, allow...

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Accessibility Matters
Birdnews
By / April 12, 2022

Accessibility Matters

A recent episode of the American Birding Podcast featured an interview with Virginia Rose (Founder and President) and Freya McGregor...

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