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An Owl Trapped in a Christmas Tree Once Traveled From Oregon Into Canada
December 11, 2017
— Fortunately the Northern Saw-whet survived the surprise trip.
Today Is the 57th Anniversary of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
December 5, 2017
— The Arctic coastal plain hosts a staggering amount of wildlife, but less than two percent of this vital habitat is currently protected.
Snake-eagles Are a Serpent's Worst Nightmare
December 4, 2017
— This raptor can decapitate and swallow its prey whole—all on the wing.
What Makes Bird Poop White?
November 27, 2017
— And why is it so hard to wash off your car?
How Birds Learn to Identify Threats
November 20, 2017
— Mobbing adults provide more than just protection for young birds.
The Black-capped Chickadee Can Swap Old Brain Cells for New Ones
November 13, 2017
— Could this explain the bird's remarkable memory?
The Great Gray Owl Probably Has Bigger Eyes Than You
October 31, 2017
— But having such huge peepers comes with pros and cons.
The Ring-necked Pheasant Has Seen Serious Habitat Loss
October 23, 2017
— The introduced birds thrived in North America until relatively recently, but there's hope for a comeback.
Listen to Every Pitch Change in a Pacific Wren Call
October 16, 2017
— A blur of sound becomes a remarkably complex song when slowed down.
You've Likely Hosted More Nesting Robins Than You Think
October 10, 2017
— Due to a high mortality rate, these yard regulars often take on new partners.
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