Male Ruddy Ducks Oxyura jamaicensis in Basic Plumage

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home about advertise archives birds conservation contact galleries links reviews subscribe Browse: Home / Birds / Male Ruddy Ducks Oxyura jamaicensis in Basic Plumage Male Ruddy Ducks Oxyura jamaicensis in Basic Plumage By Corey • March 17, 2011 • 4 comments Tweet Share Lately, I have grown a bit obsessed by Ruddy Ducks , those lovable little stiff-tailed ducks that are nearly ubiquitous on any sizable freshwater body of water in New York City this time of year.

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Audubon’s 2012 Women in Conservation: The Rachel Carson Award Goes To…

Eco Chic

Hunter Lovins, President of Natural Capitalism Solutions, Audubon President David Yarnold, and Janette Sadik-Khan, Commissioner of New York City Department of Transportation. Her newest project launches in New York this Fall.

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The Eagle Huntress–A Film Review

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The Eagle Huntress is a documentary about Aisholpan, her path to becoming an eagle hunter, a cultural heritage usually taken on by males, the family that supports her, and the Mongolian Kazakh community that seeks to continue the ancient tradition with its Golden Eagle Festival.

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Mrs Pankhurst’s Purple Feather–A Book Review

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Their populations, plus those of other species that ‘wore’ the coveted long, colorful feathers used for women’s fashionable hats, were being dangerously depleted by hunters intent on feeding the millinery industry. side, the writings of New York City reformer Mary Van Kleeck.

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Good Birders Still Don’t Wear White: A Book Review

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2) This is a NEW book edited by Lisa A. Noah Strycker’s essay on “Birding the World: Everything Old is New Again” has political resonance in his description of birds as “global citizens” with no patience for borders.

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Elk in the Neighborhood: On Conservation and Lost Hope

Nature Conservancy - Science

It was called the Hall of Heads and Horns, located in the New York Zoological Society’s Bronx Zoo. Hornaday ran the zoo, and was also a member of the Boone and Crockett Club , a group of influential big game hunters concerned about the rapid loss of wildlife across the continent.

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Last Chance to Enter

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These Blasts From The Past Bird Watching Spots at The Binocular Site How things ought to be done Give Gunnison’s a Chance Authorities Cracking Down on Finch Fighting New York City Canada Goose “Kill Zones&# Revealed About the Author Corey Corey is a New Yorker who has lived most of his life upstate but has spent the last three years in Queens. He lives in Forest Hills with Daisy, their son, Desmond Shearwater, and their two indoor cats, Hunter and B.B.

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Urban Wildlife: Threats and Benefits of Humans-Animals Interaction

Greentumble

We can hardly envisage animals adapting to a city’s environment, but we couldn’t be more wrong. We’ve all seen mice or squirrels in cities like London, but even foxes or coyotes are not an uncommon sight within many human settlements around the world.

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First Phoebe of 2011

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I finally got my first phoebe of the year yesterday, Saturday, 19 March, a mere eighteen days after the first phoebe of the season was reported in New York City. Sunflower Seed Mafia Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird Blackbird Singing in the Dead of Night… About the Author Corey Corey is a New Yorker who has lived most of his life upstate but has spent the last three years in Queens.

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Bird Deaths in Washington DC Lead to Calls for a Lights Out Program

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Lead to Calls for a Lights Out Program By Corey • March 16, 2011 • No comments yet Tweet Share City Wildife , an organization in Washington D.C. Circus of the Spineless #45 Shearwaters Galore… IATB #91 Deadline About the Author Corey Corey is a New Yorker who has lived most of his life upstate but has spent the last three years in Queens. He lives in Forest Hills with Daisy, their son, Desmond Shearwater, and their two indoor cats, Hunter and B.B.

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Lewis's Woodpecker in New York State

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home about advertise archives birds conservation contact galleries links reviews subscribe Browse: Home / Trips / Lewis’s Woodpecker in New York State Lewis’s Woodpecker in New York State By Corey • March 22, 2011 • 7 comments Tweet Share Way back on 30 October of last year a Lewis’s Woodpecker was seen coming to a backyard bird feeder in Ontario County, New York, and was quickly identified.

Duck Migration

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It is my belief that the birds were migrating, though one New York birder suggested that they might have been flying out for some crepuscular feeding. Either way, it was a heck of a sight and another example of why Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge is the best place in New York City to see amazing wildlife spectacles. He lives in Forest Hills with Daisy, their son, Desmond Shearwater, and their two indoor cats, Hunter and B.B.

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Does This Make My Mom A Bird Blogger?

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These Blasts From The Past New York City Canada Goose “Kill Zones&# Revealed Help Save Migratory Birds! About the Author Corey Corey is a New Yorker who has lived most of his life upstate but has spent the last three years in Queens. He lives in Forest Hills with Daisy, their son, Desmond Shearwater, and their two indoor cats, Hunter and B.B. Cats Are Still Public Enemy Number One, For Birds The New York Times and Tweety have it absolutely correct.

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The Most Interesting Man in Florida

Conservancy Talk

How did a boy from suburban Westchester, New York, with ambitions to become an artist, end up working for The Nature Conservancy for 30 years, creating and restoring Tiger Creek Preserve and six other wilderness preserves in Central Florida?

Spirit Bears, Salmon, and Tar Sands Oil Don't Mix - Compass

Sierra Club Compass

Electric Vehicles Get the Vote in New York City » Spirit Bears, Salmon, and Tar Sands Oil Dont Mix. For hundreds of years, the bears have been protected from bounty hunters by the First Nations of British Columbia, who kept their very existence a secret from outsiders.

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Mercury, Birds & People: What we can learn from studying our.

Elephant Journal

NON NEW-AGEY SPIRITUALITY. CITIES. Even in the middle of the city, there are birds. The EPA is in the process of enforcing new regulations on mercury emissions from power plants in the U.S., It was really fun to start all over again learning new bird groups.

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Curitiba – Designing a sustainable city

The Green Changemakers

If cities are to become more sustainable, people must take action in the neighborhoods where they live. And green begets green; land values around the new parks have risen sharply, and with them tax revenues. Even new developments follow this pattern.

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