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Great Backyard Bird Count starts tomorrow

Count birds for the Great Backyard Bird Count

Similar to Project FeederWatch, the Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) helps scientists learn about the distribution and abundance of birds. 445 more words

Conservation

AUDUBON MURAL PROJECT LED BY GALLERY GITLER& IS SPOTLIGHTED

The last presentation for benefit guests were three videos of the Audubon Mural Project. A collaboration between the Gitler& gallery and the National Audubon Society in West Harlem.

West Harlem

Join us for the Christmas Bird Count!

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Every winter, local chapters of the National Audubon Society host Christmas Bird Counts all over the Americas. These counts attract tens of thousands of volunteers who participate in observing and collecting data to help assess the health of bird populations and ultimately guide conservation action. 202 more words

Salton Sea

Tip on how to attract birds in the winter

Here’s a press release shamelessly used in full here from the National Audubon Society. It’s good information, so here it is. (The post is jazzed up by one of my own photo, however.) 952 more words

Backyard Birding

Climate Change, Birds and Volunteers

(Photo by Robert Barossi)

by Robert Barossi

According to Weather.com, it’s 44 degrees Fahrenheit today, here in the Boston area. Above normal, for sure, but perhaps not as shocking as this coming weekend. 243 more words

Robert Barossi

California's ongoing drought has left millions of waterfowl that migrate from northern climes with fewer places to land, seek food.

         

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VOA Voice of America

California Drought Affects Winter Refuges for Migratory Birds

Sandhill cranes land in flooded fields at the Sandhill Crane Reserve near Thornton, California, Nov. 247 more words

Earth Watch Report