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Adult Description Small oriole, medium-sized songbird. Long tail. Thin, pointed bill. Wingbars. Adult male deep brick red with all-black head, back, and tail.
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Decorah Eagles, Ustream.TV: The Raptor Resource Project brings you the Decorah Eagles from atop their tree at the fish hatchery in Decorah, Iowa. Please viDecorah Weather Forecast March 27, 2013: Decorah Eagles News and Updates There may have been a hatch at the Decorah nest on March 25. This video, taken by camera operator Jim Womeldorf, shows them working on the nest. For news and updates, see the links below: Here are a couple of specific articles about the eagles: Thanks to camera operator Jim W., we have photographs and video of the new nest.
All Things Bird Blog launched January 24, 2013 NJ Audubon All Things Birds Program Director Pete Bacinski is now blogging about New Jersey's bird life. From backyard bird behavior to exotic species and mega-rarities, Pete is writing something new every week about why birding is so great in the Garden State.
The need for citizen-science data in ecology Designing and implementing broad-scale citizen-science projects Extracting ecological and evolutionary insights during analysis Concluding remarks
Citation: Wood C, Sullivan B, Iliff M, Fink D, Kelling S (2011) eBird: Engaging Birders in Science and Conservation. PLoS Biol 9(12): e1001220. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001220 Published: December 20, 2011 Copyright: © 2011 Wood et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
Page 1 of 4 by Chuck Graham Photographs by Chuck Graham Stranded on Santa Barbara Island, more than 40 miles off the Southern California coast, I lost count of how many times I kayaked around the tiny, one-square-mile islet.
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