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Audubon Society 57m
Identifying bird dialects is a challenge, but if you're up for it, there's a way.
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Have you ever wondered how birds taste their food? takes a look:
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Albatross and petrels are some of the most endangered birds on the planet, and they often die tragic deaths after becoming hooked on fishing lines and drowning. Take action to stand up for these seabirds today:
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During this year's Christmas Bird Count on Key West, the present and future impacts of climate change were impossible to ignore:
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The Teshekpuk Lake Special Area in America’s wild western Arctic is vital habitat for numerous bird species & other wildlife. Opening it up to oil and gas drilling is short-sighted—tell not to put this special place at risk:
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Can you hear the difference between a female and male Great Horned Owl call?
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Atlanta Audubon Jan 25
Birds ya'll. The fourth annual Atlanta Bird Fest is a month-long celebration runs from April 18 to May 17, 2020 and feature 30+ events throughout Georgia, including field trips, workshops, classes, speakers, and more. Eastern Screech Owl by Mary Kimberly.
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Join bird lovers from around the world and help scientists study birds with the Great Backyard Bird Count. It takes just 15 minutes!
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Audubon Nebraska 19h
Thank you for cosponsoring the Better Energy Storage Technology (BEST) Act!
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A new study shows that albatrosses' knack for finding fishing vessels could help authorities crack down on crimes on the high seas:
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Knowing local bird sounds is key to unlocking new IDs. Jason "The Birdnerd" St. Sauver explains:
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Audubon Society Jan 28
Want to shoot intimate bird portraits? You may have to go undercover in a portable blind.
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Audubon Society Jan 27
Have you ever wondered how chickadee flocks avoid traffic jams at your feeder? explains:
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Audubon Society Jan 27
Strategic gardening with native plants can help you slash your home energy use. Here's how:
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Audubon Society Jan 27
How does an owl silently swoop in from the sky?
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Audubon Society Jan 27
The Greater Rhea, South America's largest bird, can have clutches with as many as 80 eggs thanks to an unusual mating strategy. Learn more in this episode of radio:
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Rowe Sanctuary Jan 26
Want to come see the cranes but don't know where to start? Here are some tips to help!
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Audubon New Mexico Jan 22
It may still be winter, but many of our favorite owl species are already beginning their nesting seasons. Learn more in this recent segment from BirdNote.🦉
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Audubon Society Jan 27
Easier to see than most owls, the Short-eared Owl lives in open terrain, such as prairies and marshes:
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Audubon Society Jan 27
Lavender. Rotting meat. "An old clarinet case." Some bird species produce truly funky odors:
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