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FREE Audubon Bird App – 2017- USA

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USA

FREE Audubon Bird App for bird lovers.. With 821 species profiles and 3200-plus world-renowned bird photos, Audubon’s award-winning app instantly turns any mobile device into the most trusted field guide in North America. To download the Audubon Bird Guide,Read 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

Happy Rolph’s Bird Sanctuary – St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada

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2 Northrup Crescent, St. Catharines, ON L2M 7M4, Canada

Happy Rolph’s Bird Sanctuary in St. Catherines (Canada) is a 15 acre park on the shores of Lake Ontario and offers on of Canada’s most exotic collections of flowering rhododendrons. There is also a petting farm, which includes chickens,Read more

Great Human Interest Story with Police and Saving Baby Goose- 2017

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USA

Saw this on Greatlakesbeach.org and thought we would pass this story along. Ok, I’m from Cincinnati… Mother Goose  Thanks Cincinnati Police Officer James Givens has served with the Cincinnati Police Department for over 26 years, but has never quiteRead more

Bird Diets Affect Plumage Color Due to Invasive Plant Species

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Bird Diets Affect Plumage Color Due to Invasive Plant Species. In an article by Tom Kerr of Beaver Meadow Audubon,  he discussed how honeysuckle berries, a common invasive species, affect birds such as the flickers causing a unusual red pigmentsRead more

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

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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