Ca. Sea Lion
Fish in Hand
Fish on Dock
Fish on Hook
Fish in Boat
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Cape Barren Goose
Indian Rigneck Parrot
Birds in Flight
Bird Information Websites
Bar-tailed Godwit bird was tracked by satellite as it flew over 7,000 miles non-stop
Common Swift can Remain Airborne For 10 Months Straight diet.specializing in high-altitude aerial insects.
Red Billed Quelea is the worlds most abundant bird
Make a donation to the World Wildlife Fund & receive a cute stuffed animal of your choice
How Long do Birds Live
The Sibley eGuide to the Birds of North America App By mydigitalearth.com
USDA Acknowledges a hand in one Mass Bird Death truth-out.org
Animal Behavior @ UCLA
Animal Behavior Society
International Society for Human Ethology
Cornell Lab of Ornithology Animal Sound Archive
Animal Acoustic Communication
Hummingbirds can fly backwards. They are the only known animal that can do this.
For this vineyard, it's duck duck Booze
The National Science Foundation’s “Tree of Life” project estimates that there could be anywhere
from 5 million to 100 million species on the planet, but science has only identified about 2 million.
Great Nature Project Threatened Species
More than 700,000 wild animals, half of them in Texas, were exterminated last year by the wildlife
services managers at the U.S. Agriculture Department.
Joel Sartore has been contributing to National Geographic for 20 years. Is on a quest to document 12,000 captive species.
Clark’s Nutcracker has, conservatively, 5,000 (and up to 20,000) treasure maps in its head of where they hid seeds. They’re accurate, detailed, and instantly retrievable.
Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
USFWS: Whooping Crane Migratory Population in the Eastern U.S.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Jonathan Slaght Owls, Tigers, and Life in the rural Russian Far East.
Nearly 70,000 birds have been killed in a bid to make flight paths safer for New York City-area planes since 2009 — but it doesn’t appear to have reduced bird strikes.
28,000 seagulls, 16,800 European starlings, 6,000 brown-headed cowbirds and 4,500 mourning doves. Close to 1,800 Canada geese were also eradicated.
As many as 988 million birds die annually in window collisions. Between 365 and 988 million birds die from crashing into windows in the United States each year, according to a new report. That may be as much as 10 percent of the estimated total bird population of the country.
Birds and Windows
Insect Photos National Park Photos Collage Posters
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