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International birding tourism after the Covid-19 – what will change?

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We are stuck. In a world we made. I remember a cartoon showing the prehistoric Earth as a vast forest with tiny villages fenced-off due to dangerous animals, and the today’s Earth as a wasteland, with a few tiny forests remaining, fenced-off due to abominable humans.

Carolina Wrens Will Nest in Just About Anything

Nature Conservancy - Science

Forget the nest boxes: Carolina wrens want your grill, your flower pot, even your old boot. The post Carolina Wrens Will Nest in Just About Anything appeared first on Cool Green Science. Birds & Birding Birds Urban Conservation Wildlife

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Does Poor Oral Health Impact Brain Function?

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Teeth are an underestimated part of the body and how they affect overall health. Western medicine and Chinese medicine agree that teeth health is a good start for general health. The health of your mouth can indicate your overall health.

Teaching Ornithology in High Schools

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In 2018, I read an article in Birding magazine by Jeff R. Manker about teaching ornithology in high schools. (It It was later re-published on the All About Birds website.)

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Check out Birding Experiences in Costa Rica

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10,000 Birds is running a series of articles by and about tour guides, tour companies, eco-lodges, and other birding travel organizations. We want to help the birding tourism industry come back strong from the COVID pandemic.

One Step Forward, One Step Back

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Those who read my posts each week (and I know you’re out there, a few of you have said so) know that 2021 is shaping up to be a decidedly bipolar birding year for me here in Michoacán.

Bird Guides Produce Online Birding Tutorials

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10,000 Birds is running a series of articles by and about tour guides, tour companies, eco-lodges, and other birding travel organizations. We want to help the birding tourism industry come back strong from the COVID pandemic.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (First of February 2021)

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February feels like a step forward to our next season, but we’ll still be as mired in winter or summer, depending on your hemisphere, at month’s end as we are right now. Learn to love it!

Why Carolina Wrens Have Moved into Your Neighborhood

Nature Conservancy - Science

Carolina wrens are known as woodland birds, but they’re increasingly sighted in suburbs and cities. Here’s why. The post Why Carolina Wrens Have Moved into Your Neighborhood appeared first on Cool Green Science. Birds & Birding Birds Urban Conservation Wildlife

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A flooded landscape

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In Broome we have been getting some good isolated rain events recently. They are so isolated that it could be raining very close by, but not actually where you are.

Even for Solitary Squirrels, It’s Better to Know the Neighbors

Nature Conservancy - Science

Anti-social red squirrels still live longer if they have frequent interactions with each other. The post Even for Solitary Squirrels, It’s Better to Know the Neighbors appeared first on Cool Green Science. Wildlife

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Slaughter free ribeye steak meat grown in a lab

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Aleph Farms and its research partner at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, have successfully cultivated the world’s first slaughter-free ribeye steak, using three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting technology and natural building blocks of meat – real cow cells, without genetic engineering and immortalization.

Digitized Data Conserves Africa’s Great Lake Fisheries

Nature Conservancy - Science

In Africa’s Great Lakes, better data collection means better fisheries management. The post Digitized Data Conserves Africa’s Great Lake Fisheries appeared first on Cool Green Science. Ideas

When biopsies were so 2021

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Invasive biopsies can determine if a tumor is cancerous, when blood tests won’t do. But going in and cutting up a cancer tumor, with a skin like an orange often spreads the cancer. A new test looking at DNA might eliminate biopsies forever.

Collaborative list January 2021

10,000 Birds

Elves love the collaborative list. This is where they come in January while there is still nothing to do on the naughty and nice list.

Araucana Lodge in Colombia

10,000 Birds

10,000 Birds is running a series of articles by and about tour guides, tour companies, eco-lodges, and other birding travel organizations. We want to help the birding tourism industry come back strong from the COVID pandemic.