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Heef 12 Dec 17
Replying to @bren1008
The invasive species of European starlings that loves so much, kills Purple Martins.
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Dr. Elizabeth Gow Apr 8
Woodpeckers are exceptionally interesting birds and their colours and bold patterns captivate your sense. Check out this paper to learn about how and why woodpeckers evolved these interesting patterns and colours.
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Dr. Elizabeth Gow 10 Aug 18
Find out when a bird enters a cavity and when it leaves, without watching 1000s of hours of videos! A great new package for light-level users studying birds or mammals that use cavities, burrows etc. Also shorebirds
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Robert Driver Jun 18
Everyone on and twitter already knows that the twitter home button resembles a bird house, right? So I'm the last one to notice?
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Dhillon Marty 10 Apr 18
"OUR", project by , the biodiversity of the living city, and the indivisibility of our ecological future Send YOUR project for this year's conference!
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Tim Grady 1 Apr 17
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Joan Casanelles Feb 21
Today I presented my preliminary results of the trapnests of the project Here I’m showing sth rare: a double nest of a bee (Hylaeus) and a wasp!!Nature always surprises me 🤓
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Tim Grady 1 Apr 17
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Ron Spomer Apr 8
Blue Angels. Our mnt. bluebirds have returned. Spring has sprung. Rejoice and be glad of it.
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Alabama Audubon 13 May 15
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Dr. Elizabeth Gow 4 Aug 18
If you work on , or burrowing or cave dwelling make sure you check out talk at . She will be showing you how you can use R to find out when a bird entered or exited a cavity. This package is a great application for .
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Jess Stitt Mar 20
New paper in Bulletin! “Smartphone LIDAR Can Measure Tree Cavity Dimensions for Wildlife Studies” Shows you can play outside, look at your phone, & collect quantitative data ALL at the same time!
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EALT 25 Sep 18
Read our latest Fun Facts blog to learn about the difference between Primary and Secondary cavity nesters.
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Alabama Audubon 22 Jan 16
How do common backyard birds stay warm during the cold? ...
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Methow Conservancy 22 May 16
Great Hooded Merganser show during our Spring Retreat.
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Lisa Nupen Feb 28
Yellow-billed Oxpeckers looking lively on their giraffe host
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California Bluebird 8 Apr 17
A in , California. are primary , creating nesting sites for our !
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SC Valley Audubon 10 Sep 18
Share your data from the season, and enjoy some tasty pizza! What could be better? RSVP to the CNRP End-of-Season Pizza Party on Thursday, September 20 here: Photo: by Tom Grey.
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Dr. Elizabeth Gow 19 Feb 18
Check out this article from research conducted at my former study site, by Drs. Anna Drake and Kathy Martin.
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Lab Ornitología Sep 4
Empezó la con la Dra. Kristina Cockle y su conferencia de aves que viven en cavidades de árboles
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