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Robert E Fuller, a wildlife artist from England, captured a Lesser Spotted Woodpecker narrowly escaping a Sparrowhawk.
Would you eat a mealworm? Students at Nelson-Wilks-Herron Elementary School did as part of their 25th annual Arkansas Week Celebration.
Cher Ami was a homing pigeon that helped save nearly 200 American lives during World War I.
David Ramsden from the Barn Owl Trust explains what a Barn Owl pellet is and how to differentiate them from other pellets.
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!
A Rooster in China is becoming well known in his village for attacking any human he sees after one of his hens was killed.
Here’s an older story about a wild crow and a stray cat that have become best friends!
This has got to be one of the funniest news segments I’ve seen in awhile. The victim reenactments and the composite sketch of the so called Crazy Bird make this an instant classic!
Here’s is a wonderful video about Roger Tory Peterson’s life and work called Almost Like Resurrection.
Maybe it’s the song. Maybe it’s the male Red-headed Manakin. Maybe it’s both, but whatever it is this video gave me a good chuckle!
Jay Holcomb, executive director of the International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBRRC), describes how Dawn dishwashing liquid became the primary tool for cleaning oil from wildlife.
I was out and about visiting a couple of nurseries when I spotted this creative little birdhouse. If I was a bird, I’m not sure if I would move into this one!