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clark rushing 1h
So what are the cool kids using for cost-effective net poles these days?
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Stu Mackenzie 3m
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APP4SEA_NPA 7h
A 34 year old was caught in camera in Northern Savo in end of January. How did they knew her age? She still had the ring she got as a nestling 34 years, 6 months and 27 days ago. She could be Europe's oldest tagged Golden eagle
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BOU 57m
Enhancing our knowledge on the Ornate Hawk-Eagle (Spizaetus ornatus) through community-based monitoring records from Tropical Mexico | Brazilian J Ornithology |
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Rob Robinson 3h
Listening for Pygmy Owl - can one be a in Finland? Hope surveyors are doing better!
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Kelly Krechmer 3h
Grey-cheeked Thrush - Catharus minimus described below in 1915 with a different scientific name:
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Alicia Brunner Feb 16
Sometimes hummingbirds hang out and let us get a nice long look at them! This young male Red-billed Streamertail (Trochilus polytmus) did just that! This magnificent hummingbird is Jamaica's national bird, locally known as "Doctor Bird.
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Sci & Tech @ ECCC 3h
: 87% of British Colombia is over 500m elevation and over 33% of birds breeding in North America use mountain habitats. Dr. Martin is studying mountain habitats of birds in BC and Chile to inform efforts of . 📷Kathy Martin
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Evan R. Buechley 2h
Now published! "Global and priorities: Tropical raptors fall prey to knowledge gaps" Download 4 free: Some takeaways in thread below...
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Shanta Hejmadi 21h
House sparrows picking the meat off a chicken bone... cannibalism?
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birdRS - Matt Bishop Feb 16
Use of classical bird census transects as spatial replicates for hierarchical modeling
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BOU 2h
New study—how to save a seabird | | From this Conservation Biology paper
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Dr Elina Mäntylä 7h
Tomotani et al. Carrying a logger reduces escape flight speed in a passerine bird, but relative logger mass may be a misleading measure of this flight performance detriment
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ProyectoAveUSA 24h
Common name: Snowy Egret, Scientific name: Egretta thula, an emblematic bird of wetlands and bodies of water, I hope you like it, greetings to all.....
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CWW2019 9h
New research on Black Kites published in highlights the importance of accounting for soaring habitat in windfarm planning
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Kit Straley Feb 21
I don’t sit in for lecture this semester bc I’ve taught this class before & I need to be smart about my time. but today I am sitting in the hall eating a quick lunch & eavesdropping on and it never gets old. what even are birds. . . . what even are they?!
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Christopher Watson 8h
A decent flock of Australian Pelicans [Pelecanus conspicillatus] at Hattah Lakes today. Watched several small parties take flight and circle very high then depart in different directions. Inveterate desert wanderers our pelicans.
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Natural England 2h
Read our latest update on wild bird licensing and our response to this article from .
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Birgen Haest Feb 18
My institute (Ins. for Avian Research "Vogelwarte Helgoland", Germany) is looking for a new director (Professorship in Ornithology):
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Sea Eagle Stories Feb 20
How does the mighty sea eagle go about building a nest? We will soon be sharing footage as they prepare for this years breeding season. Meanwhile, here's a clip from last year at the roost. To read more  
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