Articles in Burdrs
This is the story of a family of American Robins living in North Andover, Massachusetts.
Rosmadi Hassan stumbled upon some bird poachers while out birdwatching at one of his favorite spots in Malaysia.
Robert E Fuller, a wildlife artist from England, captured a Lesser Spotted Woodpecker narrowly escaping a Sparrowhawk.
I have an announcement to make! You have to see some of the Burrowing Owl photos that have been added to the Burdr Flickr group this week!
Husband and wife team Lizet and Johann Grobbelaar recently photographed a dispute between a Jackal and a Vulture at Giant’s Castle Nature Reserve in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa.
Have you seen the Operation Migration Class of 2010 Whooping Cranes? Just wonderful!
Recently, the Hakodate Birding blog posted a short but cute video of Nuthatch eating out of someone’s hand!
The Telegraph recently featured several fantastic photos by Christopher Dodds of Great Grey Owls during a courtship ritual. Wish I could have been there!
Jay Holcomb, executive director of the International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBRRC), describes what was done for a Mallard that was brought the center for help.
If I was an injured bird, I definitely wouldn’t mind being sent to the Bird Treatment and Learning Center in Anchorage, Alaska!
This little Great Horned Owlet was found left in a bucket on a golf course! Fortunately, the people at Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation have been taking care of the little bird!
National Public Radio (NPR) featured a wonderful piece on their All Things Considered show called The Viral Adventures of Bob The Baby Screech Owl.
Penny Hall of Sechelt, British Columbia recently added a photo of a unique Steller’s Jay to the Burdr Flickr group.
Earlier this week, Flickr user Phil Seu added really cute before and after photos of an Allen’s Hummingbird stretching to the Burdr Flickr group.