Date Last Updated: August 19, 2019

Tag: nesting

  • 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...

  • Solitary Eagle’s Nest Discovered in Belize:Part 2

    Solitary Eagle’s Nest Discovered in Belize:Part 2

    To travel horizontally, a static soaring bird must descend and subsequently ascend using convective currents as an elevator, often in a slow cyclic pattern...

  • Solitary Eagle’s Nest Discovered in Belize:Part 3

    Solitary Eagle’s Nest Discovered in Belize:Part 3

    n the morning of discovery, Stacia, Matt, Audrey and Roni hiked across the military exercise area, northwest of Baldy Beacon...

  • Practice Makes Perfect for Nest-Building Weavers

    Practice Makes Perfect for Nest-Building Weavers

    It has long been assumed that the nest building skills of birds are instinctive, but new research has revealed that building a nest could very well be a learned skill. Following and filming the ...

  • Exotic Bird Fair Show Expo 2010

    Medina is getting ready to host one of the biggest exotic bird fairs in the state, which will be held on the 23rd of May 2010, at the Medina Fairgrounds. Visitors to the fair can look forward to ...

  • Osprey History in the Making

    The Kielder Water and Forest Park is located in England. It is not only home to the country’s biggest forest areas, but the largest man-made lake to be found in northern Europe. Its remote ...