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Young Caspian Terns follow dad on first migration
Birdnews
By / March 29, 2022

Young Caspian Terns follow dad on first migration

GPS tracking study finds male parents guide juveniles from northern Europe to Africa. Read More "Young Caspian Terns follow dad...

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Study: Birds lay eggs earlier due to climate change
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By / March 29, 2022

Study: Birds lay eggs earlier due to climate change

About a third of the bird species nesting in Chicago have moved their egg-laying up by an average of 25...

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Black-faced Cuckoo-shrikes
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By / March 27, 2022

Black-faced Cuckoo-shrikes

Black-faced Cuckoo-shrikes–Coracina novaehollandiae are a common bird species around our home in Broome, Western Australia. They are present throughout much...

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Last four species face off in our bird bracket challenge
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By / March 25, 2022

Last four species face off in our bird bracket challenge

Which ones do you choose? Violet-crowned Hummingbird or Steller's Sea-Eagle? Blue-footed Booby or Green Jay? Read More "Last four species...

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Sandpipers, dolphins & more to benefit from over 1 million newly protected acres
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By / March 25, 2022

Sandpipers, dolphins & more to benefit from over 1 million newly protected acres

So far this year, Rainforest Trust and its partners have protected more than 1 million acres in Belize, Ecuador, Guatemala,...

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Bird stamps worth up to ,900 up for auction
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By / March 25, 2022

Bird stamps worth up to ,900 up for auction

An “exceptional” collection of bird stamps is up for auction from a London-based auction house. Read More "Bird stamps worth...

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Birding: Special Lockdown Edition
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By / March 24, 2022

Birding: Special Lockdown Edition

In the great tradition of authors reporting on and from global hotspots (think Hemingway or Orwell during the Spanish Civil...

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Recommended Reading: An Australian Birding Year
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By / March 24, 2022

Recommended Reading: An Australian Birding Year

I believe that writing is easy. Everyone can do it. So easy that I am writing, too, in my second...

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Meet the Great Blue Herons of Richmond, Virginia
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By / March 24, 2022

Meet the Great Blue Herons of Richmond, Virginia

Thousands of Great Blues breed in the Chesapeake Bay region, including dozens of pairs near Richmond, the “city of herons.”...

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The Long and Bumpy Road
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By / March 23, 2022

The Long and Bumpy Road

Necessity being the mother of invention, and all that, the almost-total disappearance of Mexico’s second-largest lake in the spring of...

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