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  • Nestlings and Fledglings By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    NESTLINGS AND FLEDGLINGS

    I received another email yesterday about birds falling out of their nests. The emailer didn't say where he lived but indicated that...

    Food, Birds, Bird
  • The Emu By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    THE EMU

    The Emu , another ratite , is the second-largest living bird after the Ostrich and the largest bird species in Australia where it is...

    Insects, Insect, Bird, Food, Birds, Females, Female
  • By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    CAPTIVATING HABITATS FOR YOUR OWLS

    Imagine for a moment, you are relaxing in your backyard, and in one of the trees, there is an owl nesting box comprising of a small...

    Birds, Bird
  • Diseases at Bird Feeders By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    DISEASES AT BIRD FEEDERS

    The British naturalist James Fisher wrote that the first person recorded as feeding wild birds was the 6th-century monk Saint Serf...

    Pigeon, Bird, Pigeons, Birds
  • The Word Spreads Fast By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    THE WORD SPREADS FAST

    Over the last few years there have been sightings of rare birds in Central Park in New York City. Birders were obviously excited to...

    Ornithology, Birds, Duck, Bird, Ducks
  • Photobugs and Birds By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    PHOTOBUGS AND BIRDS

    I've noted before the occasional conflicts between birdwatchers and photographers and I've received stories from readers regarding...

    Seas, Sea, Birds, Bird
  • Research in Ornithology By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    RESEARCH IN ORNITHOLOGY

    You often hear the word “research” related to someone looking up new information - researching a new car, researching a term paper,...

    Ornithology, Males, Male
  • Science and the Giant Eagles By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    SCIENCE AND THE GIANT EAGLES

    The other day I received an email from a person who swears he saw three giant eagles as big as men on a roadway a few years ago. He...

    Birds, Bird
  • The Townsend's Solitaire By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    THE TOWNSEND'S SOLITAIRE

    The Townsend's Solitaire, not a familiar species to most, is a bird found year- round in the mountains of the western U.S. and Canada...

    Bird, Breeding, Birds
  • Bird Friendly Coffee By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    BIRD FRIENDLY COFFEE

    I don't always think about the environmental issues surrounding food purchases, mainly because it's too complicated. When I buy a head...

    Food, Birds, Bird
  • Elizabeth Gould By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    ELIZABETH GOULD

    Mrs. Gould's Sunbird of the Himalayas and the Gouldian Finch of Australia were named after Elizabeth Gould (1804-1841), bird artist...

    Beagle, Bird, Birds
  • Elizabeth Gould By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    ELIZABETH GOULD

    Mrs. Gould's Sunbird of the Himalayas and the Gouldian Finch of Australia were named after Elizabeth Gould (1804-1841), bird artist...

    Beagle, Bird, Birds
  • Bird Friendly Coffee By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    BIRD FRIENDLY COFFEE

    I don't always think about the environmental issues surrounding food purchases, mainly because it's too complicated. When I buy a head...

    Food, Birds, Bird
  • The Townsend's Solitaire By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    THE TOWNSEND'S SOLITAIRE

    The Townsend's Solitaire, not a familiar species to most, is a bird found year- round in the mountains of the western U.S. and Canada...

    Bird, Breeding, Birds
  • Science and the Giant Eagles By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    SCIENCE AND THE GIANT EAGLES

    The other day I received an email from a person who swears he saw three giant eagles as big as men on a roadway a few years ago. He...

    Birds, Bird
  • Research in Ornithology By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    RESEARCH IN ORNITHOLOGY

    You often hear the word “research” related to someone looking up new information - researching a new car, researching a term paper,...

    Ornithology, Males, Male
  • Photobugs and Birds By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    PHOTOBUGS AND BIRDS

    I've noted before the occasional conflicts between birdwatchers and photographers and I've received stories from readers regarding...

    Seas, Sea, Birds, Bird
  • The Word Spreads Fast By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    THE WORD SPREADS FAST

    Over the last few years there have been sightings of rare birds in Central Park in New York City. Birders were obviously excited to...

    Ornithology, Birds, Duck, Bird, Ducks
  • Diseases at Bird Feeders By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    DISEASES AT BIRD FEEDERS

    The British naturalist James Fisher wrote that the first person recorded as feeding wild birds was the 6th-century monk Saint Serf...

    Pigeon, Bird, Pigeons, Birds
  • By Ornithology   -   Apr 19, 2021

    CAPTIVATING HABITATS FOR YOUR OWLS

    Imagine for a moment, you are relaxing in your backyard, and in one of the trees, there is an owl nesting box comprising of a small...

    Birds, Bird