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United Nations May 10
On Saturday's , learn how you can help to protect migratory birds around the world:
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Discovery May 11
What birds have you been seeing in your neighborhood lately? 🐦
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United Nations May 11
Plastic pollution poses serious risks to migratory birds. On Saturday's , see how you can take action to , and protect these unique species.
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Martin Heinrich May 11
Fun fact – New Mexico is home to at least 557 bird species!
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Giselle Owens May 10
Swift parrot cuddle puddle 😍 🐦🌏
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Monterey Bay Aquarium May 11
Are you red knot entertained?
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United Nations May 11
Braving new human-made dangers every year, migratory birds continue to fly long distances to feed, breed & raise their young. More on Saturday's :
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UN Environment May 9
Plastic pollution represents a triple threat to birds through 🔴 Ingestion of plastic waste 🔴 Plastic being used as nest material that can harm chicks 🔴 Entanglement in discarded fishing gear Call for urgent action ahead of
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UN Environment May 10
Migrating shore birds are suffering from the effects of pollution. Local projects on the management of plastic waste, such as deposit return schemes, can bring results in a short period of time.
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Defenders of Wildlife May 11
It's ! From peregrine to ruby-throated , migratory are celebrated today for their unique contribution to & ability to connect people with .
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Pew Environment May 11
Each spring, 1 to 3 billion birds wing their way to Canada’s forest—earning it the nickname of North America’s bird nursery.
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UN Environment May 8
Migratory birds are at risk: 90% of the world’s seabirds have fragments of plastic in their gut. Join 2019 on May 11 to spread the word and call for action!
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Carles Carboneras May 10
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ClimateEarth 🌳🌎🌊 🐅🐳⏳💀 May 11
Swifts feed their chicks up to 1,000 insects at once. When they have chicks to feed they can catch up to 100,000 insects a day. With insect numbers in decline this will have a huge impact on swift numbers.
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Natl Park Foundation May 11
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UN Environment May 10
1 million seabirds die from the effect of plastic every year. On , we are calling for action against the devastating effects of plastic pollution on migratory birds. Learn more:
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WWF 🐼 May 11
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It’s a sad truth that 8 million tonnes of plastic enters our oceans every year, with devastating consequences for migratory birds. On , find out more about migratory birds:
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Defra UK May 11
Help turn back the tide of entering the sea. It's one of the biggest threats to migrating birds. On please make a pledge to ✔️Reduce ✔️ Recycle ✔️ Reuse Find out what you can do for the love of Visit
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Helen Day May 11
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EAAFP Jul 16
How shocking it is that Karen Mason, a volunteer for the National Audubon Society, noticed a seabird feeding its chick a cigarette! , Be Solution to
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