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27. jan. 2022 kl. 08:30
Context matters when it comes to mobbing calls. The post Learning the language of birds appeared first on British Ornithologists' Union.
26. jan. 2022 kl. 22:05
Mid winter is a quiet time for birds around Oslo but this winter seems quieter than normal. There are some interesting birds around but the general quantity of birds is low this year and there is no indication of anything new turning up whereas some birds are disappearing (Pine Grosbeaks for example). I think we need a good winter storm to shake things up but the forecast for the next week is for milder weather. Birds definitely feel like spring is coming with tits, Greenfinches and Collared Doves all singing and I heard my first drumming Great Spotted Woodpeckers today. A visit to the fjord revealed the over wintering Little Grebe who captured a sizeable Perch which took a couple of minutes to swallow. Maridalen continues to disappoint but my smelly stream still produces a Jack Snipe if you search hard enough. Little Grebe (dvergdykker) with a sizeable Perch (abbor) not often I take pictures of a Magpie (skjære) didn't know they had a blue nictitating membrane Jacky boy (kvartbekkasin)
26. jan. 2022 kl. 18:50
New research from The Australian National University (ANU) shows unless conservation actions are urgently stepped up, one of our most beautiful songbirds, the regent honeyeater, will be extinct within 20 years. The new study reveals current, already intensive, conservation efforts are not sufficient, and a huge redoubling of effort is needed if we are to […]
26. jan. 2022 kl. 00:00
I dag ankom den første tømrer allerede klokken 7:30, og begyndte at flytte køkkenmøblerne ind i køkkenet, hvor skabe og bordplader så blev monteret. I løbet af formiddagen kiggede desuden først...
25. jan. 2022 kl. 18:46
Trailing-edge noise is the dominant source of sound from aeronautical and turbine engines like those in airplanes, drones, and wind turbines. Suppressing this noise pollution is a major environmental goal for some urban areas. In Physics of Fluids, by AIP Publishing, researchers from Xi’an Jiaotong University used the characteristics of owl wings to inform airfoil […]
25. jan. 2022 kl. 18:00
Critically low water levels require action from state.
25. jan. 2022 kl. 15:41
Audubon’s California water policy priorities in 2022.
25. jan. 2022 kl. 13:45
Playing audio clips of songs and calls is a common tool for getting better shots, but it can also be detrimental to birds and their chicks.
25. jan. 2022 kl. 11:30
A new study uses 90 years of Christmas Bird Count data to show how birds have shifted amid a century of major environmental changes.
25. jan. 2022 kl. 09:45
Ramos, the senior vice president of Audubon Americas, talks about the future of hemisphere conservation.
25. jan. 2022 kl. 01:00
BirdLife Norge arrangerer helga 29.–30. januar den årlige Hagefugltellingen. Alle som har en fôringsplass kan delta. I disse koronatider så må en fugletelling være midt i blinken som en hyggelig aktivitet for hele familien.
25. jan. 2022 kl. 00:00
En lille vinteropdatering mens vi venter?
25. jan. 2022 kl. 00:00
I dag kom køkkenet! I skrivende stund er jeg omgivet af køkkenskabe, der er fint pakket ind i pap, inden de skal installeres fra i morgen af. Det bliver spændende! Hele aflæsningsprocessen blev desuden...
24. jan. 2022 kl. 22:53
Answers to Your Questions About the Great Horned Owl Nest. If you’re looking for the answer to a specific question, type control-F (command-F on a Mac) and start typing in your search terms to quickly find the answer. Nest and Eggs Where is this nest located? How often do the owls nest here? Do the... View Article
24. jan. 2022 kl. 21:39
Engfugleprojektet - tildelinger i slutspurt I nyhedsbrevet for november 2021 kunne du læse om engfugleprojektet som løber af stablen i tre områder i Sønderjylland...
24. jan. 2022 kl. 18:42
The UK Government has released a consultation on regulations needed to ensure all new developments achieve a 10% net gain in biodiversity, as set out in the Environment Act 2021. These regulations will determine how increases in biodiversity will be measured, how and where habitat can be created, and how biodiversity net gain will be […]
24. jan. 2022 kl. 18:40
I went for a walk in the forest on Friday on a windless day hoping to pick up woodpeckers by the sound of their tapping. I was in an area which in previous years has produced up to 5 species but this time just produced two Great Spots. There seems to be something going on in forest over the last 12 months with woodpeckers in strangely short supply. Bird of the walk was a singing, but heard only, Hazel Grouse in a usual area. In Maridalen the Great Grey Shrike showed again but was very flighty and clearly doesn’t have a favourite area. A Mute Swan on the only area of open water is the first species of wildfowl I have seen in the valley this year and was a strange individual. Its bill was almost entirely lacking orange colour and on an overcast day it looks as though my pictures were taken in black & white. This bird had a colour ring and had been ringed just over a week previously on the fjord amongst a large group of bread eating birds. It was recorded as an adult female but without any mention of the strange bill colour. That it would then fly to Maridalsvannet on its own in January when there can not be much food for it to find is very strange but maybe it is a sick bird. My smelly stream has again revealed a Jack Snipe but attempts to watch the bird in action again failed. I positioned myself about 20m from the bird such that I could just about see it and waited and waited but the bird would not move a millimetre. Maybe investing in a trail camera is what I need to do. Mute Swan (knoppsvane) - all of these pictures are in full colour but the bird's bill was lacking orange colour ring L761 Jack Snipe (kvartbekkasin) And here a video of the two Water Rails (vannrikse) I saw last week
24. jan. 2022 kl. 14:41
The Indigenous scientist's new book models a holistic approach to conservation that centers Indigenous worldviews.
24. jan. 2022 kl. 13:00
Audubon Américas celebra esta importante Estrategia, trabajada en los últimos dos años en equipo con comunidades locales, ONG chilenas, academia, autoridades y entidades internacionales.
24. jan. 2022 kl. 13:00
A new plan would protect a major bird-breeding hotspot but maintain industry access to billions of barrels of Alaskan crude.
24. jan. 2022 kl. 08:30
Detecting and controlling individual biases is essential in all kinds of databases The post Citizen science vs. professional bird databases appeared first on British Ornithologists' Union.
24. jan. 2022 kl. 00:00
I dag skete der primært rigtig meget i huset. Det startede helt fra morgenstunden, hvor jeg egentligt ville gå ud på hukket, da en VVS-mand pludseligt bankede på døren. Kort efter, at han var gået...
23. jan. 2022 kl. 19:46
Now that you have a bird feeder and want to create a feeding station, you may be asking yourself the following question: What is the BEST area in my yard to put my bird feeders? First, congratulations to you for even thinking about this topic! Many people just put their bird feeders hanging from a pole in the middle of their yard without any […] The post Where’s the BEST place to put your bird feeders? (8 tips) appeared first on Bird Watching HQ.
23. jan. 2022 kl. 18:38
A damning parliamentary report has highlighted the failure to monitor, regulate and invest in the cleanliness of our rivers – and called for change. WWT is strongly supportive of the report, released by the Environment Audit Committee, and agrees that more investment is needed in the sort of nature-based solutions recommended by the committee. Wetlands are particularly […]
23. jan. 2022 kl. 00:00
Igen i dag var vejret fint, med relativ lidt vind og også en del sol i starten. Da jeg i morges stod og pudsede sand af stationens teleskop (det var tiltrængt), kom Jonas og Kurt kort forbi stationen...