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Birds of Paradise and Bowerbirds: An Identification Guide–A Book Review

10,000 Birds

Be careful how you Google ‘bird of paradise’!

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Beyond COVID-19, human rights can help save the planet

Green (Living) Review

Council of Europe statement ahead of World Environment Day (June 5) Strasbourg, 04.06.2020 – The Secretary General of the 47-nation Council of Europe, Marija Pej?inovi? inovi?

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Warblers that Warble

10,000 Birds

I have commented before in my posts that most of our Warblers here in central Mexico never actually warble. This tendency is so marked that the Spanish name for Wood Warblers, Chipe, comes not from their mating songs, but from their typical feeding calls: cheep… cheep… cheep.

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ARS long-reach pruner – Product review

Green (Living) Review

Review by Michael Smith (Veshengro) The ARS-160-0.6 long-reach pruner is a cut and hold snipper, ideally suited for pruning of roses, for instance, but also for other tasks, including harvesting certain crops.

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RFF | Request for Proposals: Retrospective Studies of Regulatory Performance

Environmental Economics

I'm posting this RFP at the request of Dick Morgenstern and Art Fraas. This is a great project. coincidentally, I recently purchased Economic Analysis a the EPA , ed. by Morgenstern and have read the intro, conclusions, and all the parts about estimating benefits.

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Protected: Ecopsych Training – Mindfulness in Nature course readings

Indigenize

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. Course Readings Spiritual Ecopsychology course ecopsychology mindfulness readings

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A lab created diamond for my forever love

Green Prophet

Say I do with a lab grown diamond. The ethical choice. Remember that story years ago about turning your loved one’s ashes into a diamond ? That was the first time I heard about lab-grown diamonds, and well that’s what we are expected to return to anyway, no?

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Wisdom

The Green Samaritan

Sometime, it seems, there so much noise on the news and social media that you just need to take a quiet moment wherever you can to listen for what rings true for you. See the full post and more at www.TheGreenSamaritan.com. Green Living

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What is the Best Type of Farm for Birding?

Nature Conservancy - Science

When it comes to agricultural lands, new research shows some are better for birds than others. From the Field Agriculture Birds Ecosystem Services TNC Science Wildlife

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Sustainable urban design in Rotterdam, my hometown

Green Prophet

When thinking about cities in the Netherlands, most people picture canals lined with charming old houses and narrow brick alleyways. Don’t expect to find any of that in Rotterdam. This is not your typical Dutch city.

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Dr. Bruce Lipton: We are Moving into a New Phase of Civilization

The Green Changemakers

By Dr. Bruce Lipton Source: [link] The Truth about 'Chaos' If you have watched the news lately, browsed the web, or even looked out the window, you may have noticed that something is going on.

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5 Reasons to Travel by Campervan

Eco Friendly Daily

A definite for everyone’s bucket list, at least once in your life you should try campervan travel. Take charge of your holiday and sit behind the wheel of your own trip, there are plenty of reasons to rent a campervan for your next holiday.

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Nature Journal Confidential

Nature Conservancy - Science

You don’t have to be a good artist or writer to reap the many rewards of keeping a nature journal. You just have to be curious. From the Field Birds Mammal Watching Outdoor Rec Wildlife

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Upcycled oranges are used for CBD in Japan

Green Prophet

CBD is a molecule that’s not only found in cannabis and hemp oil. Japanese researchers squeeze it from oranges too. It takes a plague to figure out where we are putting our fears, our stress, or biggest worries.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of May 2020)

10,000 Birds

May delivers one of those amazing times of the year when we’re too busy looking at birds to sit around talking about them.

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Fragile vs. Resilient Food Systems

The Green Changemakers

Source: Films for Action "Covid is shining the spotlight on the fragility of the linear systems that we have come to rely on. In many countries, particularly in the US, the food system has been thrown into chaos. The industrial food system is inherently fragile.

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Las Vegas. Sin City. Disneyland for Adults

Eco Friendly Daily

There are a lot of misconceptions about Las Vegas that you might hear before you go; the main one being it is only good if you like to gamble.

How Hitchhiking Oysters Build New Reefs

Nature Conservancy - Science

In Australia, juvenile oysters hitch rides on mud whelks, subjecting them to a slow-motion death by starvation. Killer oysters. Sort of. Fish & Fisheries From the Field Asia Pacific Conservation Science Oceans Restoration

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Strange Desert Kites are how ancient man trapped his kill

Green Prophet

The local Bedouin knew about them for thousands of years but in the 1920s, pilots of the Royal Air Force flying over the deserts of Israel, Jordan and Egypt saw mysterious line shapes in the ground that they named “Desert Kites” Because their outlines, as seen from the air in their planes, reminded them of airborne kites.

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Back to the Forest – but first, Flamingos!

10,000 Birds

There aren’t many places on the planet where one can mention the words ‘forest’ and ‘flamingo’ together. Far less experience the two in a single morning.

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Inner Climate Change

The Green Changemakers

Source: [link] How do we navigate the intensity of emotions and reactions stirred up by climate change, or COVID-19 for that matter? How do we come to a place of peace, compassion, forgiveness and life-affirming action?

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Top 3 Alternatives to Mined Diamonds

Eco Chic

Not every great piece of jewelry starts with a mined diamond stone. In fact, not. everyone favors the look of mined diamonds. That said, there are tons of different. options out there that will cater to the needs of anyone looking for a distinct piece of. jewelry offset with a gorgeous stone.

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An Encounter with Mating Gopher Snakes

Nature Conservancy - Science

Observing snakes is sure to wake you out of a trail-run trance. From the Field Wildlife Herps

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Ceramic tile factory Turkey produces roof tiles as bird shelters

Green Prophet

The Turks and earlier the Ottomans have a rich tradition for pottery and ceramics. Go travelling to Turkey and you will be either be taken to a dozen pottery factories or a dozen shops to buy a carpet.

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Some of America’s Avian Treasures

10,000 Birds

North America is home to many amazing bird species, including several which require a special effort to see and appreciate.

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Stories for a Regenerative Culture

The Green Changemakers

Source: [link] “Relation is the essence of everything that exists.” — Master Eckhart When we look closer, we discover that Life is an explosion of relation, everywhere around and inside of us.

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May Warblers, Costa Rican Style

10,000 Birds

May migration is legendary. It’s when Biggest Week happens, in many places, the fifth month is when it gets truly warm, when we can forget about winter. For myself and surely thousands of other birders, May is when I saw my first of many birds.

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Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos return to Broome

10,000 Birds

Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos have become a regular sight around Broome in recent weeks. They are usually heard before they are seen and call raucously as they slowly move across the sky. The wing beat of the Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo always appears very slow for such a large bird.

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Grateful for My Yard Birds

10,000 Birds

It had been a long day. My four-month-old – having received his vaccinations the day before – promptly developed a temperature. Normally we wouldn’t have worried, but these days any sign of a fever is extra stressful.

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My First Birdathon

10,000 Birds

Note: Erika is the Communications Director for Audubon Florida. I have been birding for about seven years now – time flies when you’re having fun. However, until this spring I had yet to participate in some of birding’s most time-honored traditions: a Birdathon.

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“It’s a good life”: Donald Kroodsma’s Birdsong

10,000 Birds

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Birding Shanghai in May

10,000 Birds

Don`t worry – after having written about birding Shanghai in April a few weeks ago, I will not continue this theme for longer – not that much to write about in June and July. But May is a good time for birding here, and thus worth a post.

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Woodland for sale

10,000 Birds

As of next month I am assuming that the airline industry will have no further use for my services and a bleak outlook looms. On the other side of the coin, I will have a lot of time on my hands and 8.5 acres of ancient woodland.

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The Dracula Bird

10,000 Birds

I hope you will forgive my rather lurid title. No, I am not going to tell you about some blood-sucking bird with hypnotic powers. I am only responding to my subjective impression of a single species’ appearance here; specifically, that of the Bronzed Cowbird.

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Taking Time to #SketchWithSibley

10,000 Birds

David Sibley’s sketch of an Atlantic Puffin. I sat down at my dining room table, its wooden surface covered by a wrinkled white tablecloth scattered with work-from-home items; my laptops, notebooks, a speaker, various dishes and coffee mugs.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Fourth of May 2020)

10,000 Birds

Those of us in the United States are celebrating Memorial Day Weekend, normally a time to gather with friends and family for barbecues, beach outings, and other fun group activities.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of May 2020)

10,000 Birds

I can’t recall a year when birders were as thrilled to see the month of May pass as we all are in 2020. I wonder why that is… To add insult to the daily ration of injury, temperatures in Rochester plummeted from sweltering to near-freezing in the space of four days.

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