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Learn the strategies a hare uses to escape from a Golden Eagle. They may come in handy if you ever find yourself being hunted by one!
This week Flickr user mattlev12 posted a fantastic image to the Burdr Flick group of a male House Finch and Purple Finch side by side.
The Club-winged Manakin uses it feathers to create a violin-like sound to impress the females!
February is National Bird Feeding Month in America, so why not celebrate by making a homemade peanut feeder for the birds. I’m sure the birds with thank you for it!
This photo of an African Spoonbill and a Black Heron by Flickr user ian.white1 was in the Burdr Flickr Roundup for week of 1/22/2010. The behavior he captured in this photo reminded me of a particular scene in The Life of Birds with David Attenborough.
Learn how to build a roost box so you can help your birds stay warm this winter. With all the cold weather across the US and the UK recently, I bet the birds will love …
Watch the full episode of Hummingbirds: Magic In The Air online!
Here’s a fun and inexpensive crafty bird project that’s not as difficult as it may look. Hey if I can do it, you definitely can too!
Watch a slideshow of beautiful photos by bird photographer Arthur Morris and hear him explain the story behind each one.
Many of you take pictures of birds, but have you ever tried to draw them? Check out these tutorials to learn how.
Here’s a neat video of a Whooping Crane flying along side an Operation Migration ultralight. Watch what happens when the bird moves behind the wing!
Here’s a video of a wryneck. This bird gets its name from its ability to turn its head almost 180 degrees.
The holiday season is rapidly approaching. Little handmade items like this can make any gift much more meaningful and personal.
Birds use their feet for wide variety activities like climbing, running, hunting, walking on water, incubating eggs, improvised fishing lures, and even temperature control.