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Bird Kingdom- 400 Birds- Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada

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5651 River Road, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

Bird Kingdom is the winner of the 2014 Certificate of Excellence by  Trip Advisor. It is a five minute walk from Niagara Falls. There are 400 birds flying free in a tropical rainforest with a 40 foot waterfall. ThereRead more

Nature Trails at Amherst State Park – Amherst, NY

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400 Mill Road, Amherst, NY

Amherst State Park includes approximately 77 acres of State-owned land and approximately 3 acres of Town-owned land in the Town of Amherst, Erie County, New York. It is located directly north of the Village of  Williamsville between Glen AvenueRead more

Birding Walk at Buckhorn Island- February 25, 2017- Grand Island, NY

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Woods Creek, East West Park Drive, Buckhorn Island, Grand Island, NY

Birding Walk at Buckhorn Island on February 25 from 10am to 1pm at East Park Drive, Grand Island. Tom Kerr leads hike. Meet at Woods Creek lot on East-West Drive. FREE but pre-registration is required. Call 585-457-3228. Binoculars areRead more

Birding in Buffalo New York

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Buffalo, NY

Birding in the WNY area is terrific. It is in the migratory pathway to Canada so during spring and fall you have the opportunity to see unusual birds. There is lots of water –Lake Erie, Niagara River, Iroquois andRead more

Birding Walk at Reinstein Woods – March 4, 2017- Depew, NY

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93 Honorine Drive, Depew, NY

Birding Walk at Reinstein Woods on March 4 at 10:30am. Search for winter birds and early spring migrants. FREE but registration required – call 683-5959.  

Zebra Finch Call Prepares Their Eggs for Climate Change – Cool!

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USA

Zebra finch call prepares their eggs for climate change (Science Mag) View Video By Virginia MorellAug. 18, 2016 , 2:45 PM Scientists have long worried whether animals can respond to the planet’s changing climate. Now, a new study reportsRead more