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Birds and climate to be discussed in Lakeville
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Audubon Minnesota, Conservation Minnesota, and Lakeville Friends of the Environment will present the Audubon Bird Impact Study and discuss future impacts on Minnesota birds 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27, at the Lakeville Heritage Library, 20085 Heritage …

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Over 3600 Birds Counted On St. Croix In 2015
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ST. CROIX — The 116th annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC) was completed here on Sunday, December 27th, 2015, and a total of 3,615 birds were counted, with 75 different species sighted around the island, according to a press release issued by CBC on …

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Video: Thousands of birds flock to metro parking lot
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OKLAHOMA CITY — It was like a scene out of a movie. But the thousands of birds weren't on the big screen, they were in a parking lot near Penn and Memorial. Kristyn Hoffhines recorded footage of the birds taking over the area. While in the car, a …

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Birds are back after blast
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The guano from the birds is considered a significant source of pollution in the pond, according to town officials. In the short term, the selectmen have contracted with the U.S. Department of Agriculture for $6,500 to scare off the cormorants with …

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The Heat Is On: Climate Change Causes Birds To Hatch Early
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A recently published study reveals that climate change can cause birds' eggs to hatch early. In addition to creating warmer temperatures that trigger early embryonic development in birds, climate change also increases the frequency and duration of heat …

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Pertinent information on possible bird flu virus to be discussed at workshop
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The speaker is Dr. Casey Ritz of the UGA Poultry Science Department, who will cover topics like the current status of Avian Influenza, how to tell if your birds are sick, what to do if you have sick birds and poultry flock biosecurity basics. Bowman …

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These birds use song to keep their mates from straying
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About 90% of bird species live in monogamous pairs, but that doesn't mean they don't fool around on the side. The females of most monogamous species breed with outside males at least occasionally. Male birds have evolved two main ways to combat such …

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Understanding The 2015 Wisconsin Avian Flu Epidemic: Tracking Disease In …
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An unprecedented avian influenza epidemic struck the poultry industry in the U.S. over the spring and early summer of 2015. It was concentrated in several Midwestern states, with Wisconsin seeing infections in several counties that are home to major …

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Migratory birds keep away due to warm weather
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We get a lot of terrestrial migratory birds like Black Redstart, a variety of flycatchers, thrushes and warblers from the Himalayan foothills and several water birds as well. The Garganey is most often the first to reach the city. The terrestrial ones …

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Winter birds seen at your feeder
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Species of birds are widespread, and can be found almost everywhere. Some avid birders travel to exotic destinations to see different or rare birds, and add to their bird list. But birders don't have travel long distances to enjoy birds. You can do …

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