Bird Feathers

Bird Feathers #9

by John Briggs on January 29, 2009

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 The ninth in a series of occasional rundowns of what’s happening in the world of birds, birding and bird blogging. If you have a story that you would like to submit for inclusion, please contact John Briggs for consideration.   Ottawa boy’s invisible invention warns birds about deadly windows| Eighth grader Charlie Sobcov wants to stop […]

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Bird Feathers #8

by John Briggs on December 27, 2008

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The eighth in a series of occassional rundowns of what’s happening in the world of birds, birding and bird blogging. This is the final installment for 2008. The CatBib Will Stop Your Cat From Catching Birds! | The CatBib was invented by a bird-feeding, cat-loving gardener in Springfield, Oregon, USA. This unique, patented product protects wild […]

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Bird Feathers #7

by John Briggs on October 5, 2008

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The seventh in a series of occassional rundowns of what’s happening in the world of birds, birding and bird blogging. Bird News  A beak is a mysterious and incredible tool | A bird’s beak may be a rather curious object, but it remains a vitally important appendage. Eagles “Cannibalizing” Other Birds as Otters Disappear | Some […]

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Bird Feathers #6

by John Briggs on September 14, 2008

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The sixth in a series of occassional rundowns of what’s happening in the world of birds, birding and bird blogging. Birding News Alaska bird population has unique strategies | The strategies birds employ to survive Alaska’s upcoming season of darkness and cold, talking about the flighty birds that split, and the hardy few that stay. Brain […]

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The fifth in a series of occassional rundowns of what’s happening in the world of birds, birding and bird blogging. An eye for the Maine chance | Maine Audubon has completed the initial stage of its Important Bird Areas (IBA) program, identifying 22 areas in Maine as critical to state and global bird populations. Birds […]

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Bird Feathers #4

by John Briggs on January 1, 2008

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The fourth in a series of occassional rundowns of what’s happening in the world of [tag]birds[/tag], [tag]birding[/tag] and [tag]bird[/tag] blogging. First pictures of the snowy New Year! The last day of the year didn’t go quietly | Bird TLC admits it’s 502nd bird of 2007 for treatment, a Red-Tailed Hawk. An outrage against hawks and […]

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Bird Feathers #3

by John Briggs on November 9, 2007

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The third in a series of occassional rundowns of what’s happening in the world of birds, birding and bird blogging. Dozens of birds killed, hundreds of thousands threatened by spill | The black oil spreading for miles from the Golden Gate is staining one of the richest wildlife regions on the Pacific Coast and threatening hundreds of thousands […]

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