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Each January wildlife officials count the Bald Eagles around Beaver Lake in Arkansas. The 2010 count may have been down from last year, but they were surprised to find that a leucistic Bald Eagle is calling the lake home.
More than 700 people gathered at the Dunnellon Airport in Florida Tuesday to see the class of 2009 Whooping Cranes led by Operation Migration fly over.
Roseanna Cunningham, the Scottish Environment Minister, visited the Isle of Mull Sunday to celebrate the 25th anniversary of wild bred White-tailed Eagles in Scotland and 10 years of the island’s public viewing project.
Earlier this week an article was published in BirdingAsia, the Oriental Bird Club’s journal, that detailed the discovery of a new species of bird scientists call the Spectacled Flowerpecker.
This week the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport become the first airport in the United States to use a real time bird tracking radar system.
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is looking for a new warden and assistant warden for Skomer Island. A love of birds is a must!
A Ferruginous Hawk got stuck in the front plow of a train after being hit. The bird then traveled over 1000 miles before it was rescued!
A new Yale study suggests that birds are playing a significant role in spreading Lyme disease over long distances.
An injured bald eagle at the “Bird Treatment and Learning Center” in Anchorage, Alaska is getting a little help from a dentist.
Dawn is increasing donations to the International Bird Rescue Research Center and Marine Mammal Center from $1 to $3 per bottle until January 4th, 2010.
A recent study finds significant changes in Blackcaps that have been migrating to the United Kingdom for the winter.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is offering a $2,500 reward for information on the shooting of a very special endangered Whooping Crane.
Just before Thanksgiving, the Operation Migration aircraft hangar in Necedah, Wisconsin was vandalized and robbed. The monetary cost of this senseless act was more than $20,000.
Scientists have developed a new method of accurately measuring bird populations using recorded birdsongs.