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Birding Serbia in the 2020

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As the year is closing, I am looking back to realise, despite it being such an awful year, it’s far from the worst I had, it doesn’t even come close (it’s the mileage that’s killing me, I guess).

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Slow Birding: Twenty Years Observing Ring Ouzels

Nature Conservancy - Science

Two British birders set out to better understand one secretive bird species. And are still at it 20 years later. The post Slow Birding: Twenty Years Observing Ring Ouzels appeared first on Cool Green Science. Birds & Birding From the Field Wildlife Birds Conservation Science Natural History

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Meet the face of Pharaoh Thutmoses IV

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Thutmose IV and his emaciated mummy. Thutmose IV was the 8th Pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty of Egypt. He ruled in the 14 th century BC, but not for long. His reign lasted only eight to ten years.

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Farewell to 2020 – Marin Brewing Company: Albion Amber Ale

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As uncertain as the future may be, I’m sure we’re all ready to bid farewell to the year 2020.

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What Was Your First Bird of 2021?

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It’s 2021! What was your first bird of the year? Hopefully it will start off a year with vaccines for all and a beginning of a return to normalcy. This year, 2021, has to be better than the dumpster fire that was 2020, right? Happy New Year to you from the 10,000 Birds crew!

Of Tree I Sing

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As anyone who knows quality photography can tell, I am not the sort of birder who tends to stay in one place for long. There are no photographic hides or tripods for me.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of 2020)

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2020 is almost over… finally. Rather than belabor the obvious, I’ll just point out that the global pandemic may have spawned a new wave of birders, but collectively we’ve seen far fewer species of birds.

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Remembering Dr. Robert Jenkins, The Nature Conservancy’s First Science Director

Nature Conservancy - Science

Remembering Dr. Robert Jenkins, who fundamentally changed the approach to land and water conservation. The post Remembering Dr. Robert Jenkins, The Nature Conservancy’s First Science Director appeared first on Cool Green Science. Ideas Conservation Science TNC Science

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A day of clouds and colours

10,000 Birds

Whenever we are able we spend our Christmas Day birding together. If either of us is working then we still do a list each and combine it at the end of the day. It is almost a practice run for New Year’s day when we start a new bird list for the year.

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Feijoa muffins with jelly recipes

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Some spoon the flesh out to eat, some peel the fruit. It’s also known as the pineapple guava. Sweet, musky feijoa fruit (Latin name: Acca sellowiana) is native to the southern highlands of Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay.

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Our Best Birds of 2020

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2020 will be remembered as a year that we’d like to forget. COVID-19 was the worst of it but we also endured horrific wildfires, tremendously damaging hurricanes, another year of the worst President of the United States in history, and the list could go on ad infinitum.

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Saudi women take to the skies

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A government decision breaks the norms by allowing women to work as cabin crew. Despite Saudi activists going to prison for women’s rights , Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) over the weekend opened the door for Saudi women to work as flight attendants for the first time.

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Israeli air purifier could bring Japan’s karaoke back to life

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Aura Air signs $30 million deal to supply Japanese market with air purifying system, which has proven to be 99.99% effective in killing COVID-19 . An air filtration and disinfection system developed in Israel that kills viruses could bring Japan’s ailing karaoke industry back to life.

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