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BOU 7h
Breeding latitude predicts timing but not rate of spring migration in a widespread migratory bird in South America | |
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Nor Daley Jun 19
Can anybody identify this bird song? Video by a friend- Kyle May. Is it a common Black Bird?
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Auriel Fournier Jun 18
Spread far and wide, and I are looking for a Masters student to come study wetland birds with us in Illinois. Details in this link ->
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Cat Edwardes 18h
A Hoopoe arriving at its nest extremely proud of the huge beetle it had caught ... what an incredible quiff Canon 1DX 500mm +1.4x ISO 800 f5.6 1/2500s © Cat Edwardes Photography
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Bird Populations 2h
A jewel-like male Anna's Hummingbird caught by MAPS banders at Rocky Point Bird Observatory in Victoria, BC. Photo by Jannaca Chick.
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HubbardLab 6h
Nooooo!!!! My fellow banders will understand...at least we were prepping gear in the lab and not in the field
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Rob Sheldon 17h
Twitter storm: noise pollution creates havoc for birds, study shows
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Sarah Long 3h
Watch out underfoot! eggs are infamously cryptic, and something to always have in mind as we are walking round the islet on nest checks - and it's slightly more difficult when one's laid in the middle of the path!
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American Ornithology 9h
NEW in The Condor: Nearly all of the world's Prothonotary Warblers depend on a small area of Colombia threatened by deforestation & sociopolitical changes. Press release: Paper: 📷 Joan Eckhardt
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Regents Park Birds 6h
A sound that becomes scarcer year by year. We need to save our countryside.
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Regents Park Birds 5h
Dad wasn't to far away but it took me along time to find mum. She was keeping an eye out from behind the nest box.
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juliet vickery 11h
incubation site explains > 60% of egg-shape variation in alcids & penguins; pyriform eggs for upright incubation in flat/sloping sites and spherical eggs in a cup nest; reflecting differences in the ability of parents to manipulate egg position
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Claire Casey- Writer 5h
I’ve just had to phone the about an injured jackdaw outside my work. I hope the birdie is okay
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American Ornithology 6h
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Kerry Weston Jun 18
Kea moonset :) Such beautiful clear days on the West Coast in winter
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Károly Nagy 4h
3 in - Here is one the most dense population of Skylarks in the country - pics taken on June 6th during my second MMM census (MMM = ). ::
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