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Jen Smart Oct 23
JOB OPP: Want to help us produce more of these beauties over the next 4 yrs and make a difference for curlew conservation - Curlew LIFE Project Manager - closing date 12 Nov -
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American Bird Conservancy Oct 20
The Marvelous Spatuletail hummingbird is inspiring a culture of conservation in the Andes Mountains. ABC is proud to be part of this and partnering to save this and others. Thanks for covering this !
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Bhutan Bird Finder (Birding in Bhutan) Oct 19
Black-throated Sunbird (Aethopyga saturata) is one of the species encountered during the .
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American Bird Conservancy Oct 19
Can we save birds with sound? The field of couples life with acoustics, using sound to study the environment. Learn about how scientists are using it to study birds. Read more on our website:
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Ben Sonnenberg 12h
Northern pygmy-owl! (with a fresh rodent kill)
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Oklahoma Ornithological Society 15h
New OOS webpage is up! Visit to learn about us.
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NHM Oology Oct 22
Cataloguing a small collection of American eggs donated yesterday. 300 sets, originally in the collection of E. I. Scarbrough and dating from the late 1800s. We are very grateful to the Cripps Family for donating this to for our research
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Katja Della Libera Oct 20
Thrilled by by . My mom doesn't have twitter but wants the world to know she would love to have more accessible birding spots like this bird hide designed for everyone she got to enjoy this summer.
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Johannes Kamp Oct 23
Now published: the grand trends in common breeding bird abundance across Germany 1990-2018: Based on monitoring on >1700 plots, coordinated by , with An overview of the results (thread): (1/6)
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The Inept Birder 23h
The autumnal Red-winged Blackbird is more dignified and mature than its vernal counterpart.
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American Bird Conservancy Oct 22
: In fall/winter, Black-capped Chickadees add cells in the hippocampus, the part of the brain that supports spatial memory, to help them find seeds they stashed! After expanding ~30%, the hippocampus shrinks back in spring.
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Darren Naish Oct 23
Replying to @4Vultures
Here are more images of this incredible object... Check out the very nice article on the specimen by ...
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American Bird Conservancy Oct 24
Researchers are using audio technologies and algorithms to study even the most elusive of birds. How will the emerging field of bioacoustics change research and conservation?
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Graham Appleton Oct 24
Sad that friends will not be able to see each other at exhibition on Wednesday. BUT you can see awards presentations and/or register for special art/science event: And 'view' art exhibition:
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Jen Smart Oct 20
So the news is finally out - delighted by this and cant wait to get started in Jan but really sad to leave my lovely team
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Brennan Stokkermans Oct 20
Joined an art club today and sketched out a little prothonotary warbler
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Jody Allair Oct 23
Update on the colour banded Tundra Swan I found recently on the . K331 was banded as an adult female near Tuluksak, Alaska (over 3,000 km away) on July 20, 2009 - making her at least 12 years old.
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Luke Eberhart-Phillips Oct 21
Releasing a banded bird never gets old! Here is a beautiful female Banded Dotterel heading off to the sunset with her new bling-bling
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Oklahoma Ornithological Society 15h
OOS awards special projects grants (up to $500) to students/individuals at any level for work that promotes the observation, study, and conservation of birds in Oklahoma. Visit the link to apply and/or learn more about past awards.
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Jen Smart Oct 17
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