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  • Finding a Reputable Bird Breeder

    Finding a Reputable Bird Breeder

    You are looking to add a new baby bird to your family. You have chosen the best species for your family. You pick up the newspaper and find an ad for someone who breeds this species. But their ...

  • Adopting a Rescue Parrot

    Adopting a Rescue Parrot

    Normally, if you are planning to add a new bird to your family, you have a specific species in mind, because, after all, a parakeet is quite different from a macaw. You might look for someone ...

  • Birds Protect Costa Rico’s Coffee Crops

    Birds Protect Costa Rico’s Coffee Crops

    Millions of people around the world could not imagine starting the day without a cup of coffee. Coffee production plays a major role in the economy of a number of Central and South American ...

  • Southeastern Kestrel Management on Fort Polk

    In 1992, Fort Polk banded its first juvenile kestrels, which were from a nest located in an enlarged RCW cavity. The kestrel nest tree was within 100 feet of an RCW nest tree, which indicates that...

  • Southeastern American Kestrel in Louisiana

    The American Kestrel (Falco sparverius) is the smallest member of the family Falconidae in North America. The American Kestrel can be identified by two distinct black streaks on each side of the ...

  • Spectacular Courtship Ritual of Peafowl

    Spectacular Courtship Ritual of Peafowl

    The name for a group of peafowl – pride or ostentation - is very descriptive and this colorful bird has long been associated with high social standing and royalty, particularly in Asian cultures...

  • Snake Skin as Protection Against Predators

    Snake Skin as Protection Against Predators

    >Birds use all sorts of materials to build and pad their nests with, and are very good in general at adapting whatever is at hand to suit their needs. Some birds even use the shed skins of ...

  • Discover the Birds of The Big Apple

    Discover the Birds of The Big Apple

    Known as the "city that never sleeps" and "The Big Apple", New York City is a vibrant bustling metropolis that has more than a few surprises for visitors – and for native New Yorkers – who ...

  • AEWA: Supporting Habitat Conservation for Migratory Birds

    AEWA: Supporting Habitat Conservation for Migratory Birds

    Administered by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and developed in line with the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS), the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian ...

  • Birdsong Apps Pose Threat to Breeding

    Birdsong Apps Pose Threat to Breeding

    Bird watching as a hobby has been traced back to the late-18th century as portrayed in the works of English naturalists and ornithologists Gilbert White, Thomas Bewick and George Montagu...