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Raptors & Release(鷲、鷹、隼、ふくろう等;野生生活に再挑戦)

Bird Banding 鳥類標識調査 | Bird Migration 渡り鳥| Birding バードウオッチング | Nature Video Gallery

Amazing Birds

Japan's Birds


12339 170220  Why can parrots talk?  Deutsche Welle, 02/17/2017

11697 160916  Pigeons Can Read A Little Bit, New Research Shows | Popular Science

11512 160722  How humans and wild birds collaborate to get precious resources of honey and wax  Phys.org
The Hadza: Last of the First - Honeyguide Bird - YouTube
Honey Guide Bird(Amazing Partnership) - YouTube
Greater honeyguide - Wikipedia

Hadzabe eating honey. The Hadzabe busmen collect honey from wild bees - YouTube
How to eat Comb Honey - YouTube


11439 160702  Nonstop Flight: How The Frigatebird Can Soar For Weeks Without Stopping - NPR
Birds

11415 160624  Cornell Lab Bird Cams  Laysan Albatross
watch the video, "
Haulani's First On-Cam Feeding"
Birds

11292 160520  How Birds Became Red - Forbes
Birds


10819 160203  Ravens attribute visual access to unseen competitors | Nature Communications

10541 151208  91% of migratory birds face peril on their journeys, study says - LA Times
Birds  |  Conservation


10501 151130  Buried or Open? Ancient Eggshells Reveal Dinosaur Nesting Behaviors   livescience
Birds  | 
Dinosaur 

9841 150803  Why are birds SO scared of humans (UK)? - BirdForum

9258 150518  These birds create a vortex in water to attract prey - AOL.com  05/18/2015  -  Wilson's Phalaropes
in Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, Kansas

Birds


9126 150502  5 Facts That Prove Penguins Are Tough  MSN 

9114 150429  This Fluffy Little Dinosaur Had Bat-Like Wings | Smithsonian  04/29/2015
Dinosaur  |  Bats  |  Birds

9049 150419  Wildlife  newborn baby bird thrown out of nest by sibling or mother | Yahoo Answers
Birds Have Deadly Sibling Rivalries  livescience, 09/26/2006
Siblicide - Wikipedia
Minnesota:  If find a wild animal who you think might need your help, for example, sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife, take it to the Raptor Center, University of Minnesota  if it's a raptor, otherwise, to the The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota | WRCMN .
Birds  |  Wildlife


8897 150401  Tiny songbird can fly the Atlantic, scientists confirm - Telegraph  AFP, 0401/2015
"Blackpoll Warblers"
Tiny Songbird Is a Champion Long-Distance Flier  livescience, 03/31/2015
Top 10 Most Incredible Animal Journeys  livescience, 05/25/20
07
Wildlife  | 
Birds

8874 150329  Bald Eagle eating fish caught on the JawJacker, JawJacker Video - YouTube  Alaska?
Amazing spy video of Bald Eagles eating fish on the ice of Lake Nipigon - YouTube  Canada
Do Eagles Grind Down Their Beak & Talons? Animals - PawNation

Eagles
A raptor uses its talon as a fork and its beak as a knife.
Bird of prey - Wikipedia  Birds of prey, aka raptors  - for example, eagles, hawks, falcons, and owls.
Birds


8743 150314  Spring Fun  Birding Walks (Bird watching)
Birdwatching - Wikipedia
One of our stuff members joined Craig (Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge) for his birding walk.
What they spotted during Craig's walk:  a Bald Eagle in flight, a Bald Eagle nest, a Pileated Woodpecker, Northern Flickers, Mallards, Canada Geese (calls), American Black Ducks, Northern Shovelers, Lesser Scaup, a female Greater Scaup (his first), a Hooded Merganser, Common Mergansers, Northern Cardinals (spring calls), Chickadees (spring calls), American Tree Sparrows, American Robins (calls), an American Goldfinch, Woodpecker drumming
A Singer of Spring The American Goldfinch - YouTube
Downy Woodpecker Calling and Drumming - YouTube
Mammals: A Muskrat swims to its lodge
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On our walks: 
A Bald Eagle nest, and the parents (calls) perching on nearby branches, a European Starling (calls)
Red-tailed Hawks, Rock Pigeons
Dodge Nature Center: Turkeys, Chickadees (calls); Educational birds: a Bald Eagle, Red-tailed Hawk, and Barred Owl.
Photos:  Birds  |  Mammals  |  Wildlife

Minnesota Spring  |  Spring Fun

8582 150223   Abu Dhabi Falconers Use Drones To Train Their Birds | Popular Science  02/20/2015
Photos:  Falconers  |  Game Fair  |  Sportsmen  |  Bir
ds

8478 150210  Tawny Frogmouths Image, Australia -- National Geographic Photo of the Day  02/07/2015
Tawny_frogmouth  Wikipedia: 
Differences from owls

8027 141221  New Family Tree Illuminates 'Big Bang' in Bird Evolution After Dinosaur Extinction  National Geographic, Jane J. Lee, 12/11/2014
Birds Evolved From Dinosaurs Slowly—Then Took Off  National Geographic, Dan Vergano, 09/26/2014
Wildlife  |  Dinosaur 


7853 141127  Photos: Macaws bring harmony to Caracas' chaos - AOL.com  George Rueda, AP, 11/26/2014
Macaw - Wikipedia
Geography of Venezuela - Map of Venezuela - Worldatlas.com
Pets


7415 141011  Change the Glass Now! - YouTube  |  Audubon Chapter of Minneapolis: "Julie, thanks for info."
BIRD-BULDINGS-JTE-PKG.mov - YouTube
One of the World's Deadliest City for Birds - YouTube

Green
6972 140819  New Minnesota Vikings Stadium Threatens Minnesota’s Birds - National Audubon Society  Audubon, 07/23/2014
Why Should Birders Be Worried About the New Vikings Stadium?  Audubon Magazine, Susan E. Matthews, 07/24/2014
Bird-friendly glass looks like spider web to birds  Phys.org, Lin Edwards, 08/26/2010
National Audubon Society - Wikipedia
John James Audubon - Wikipedia
Green

7175 140914  Climate change threatens New Mexico birds - seattlepi.com  09/14/2014
Green  |  New Mexico


7136 140909  The Audubon Birds & Climate Change Report
What You Can Do To Help Protect Birds | The Audubon Birds & Climate Change Report
The National Audubon Society | Facebook
Green


9096 150426  April 26, 1785  Happy birthday John James Audubon!  
National Audubon Society
National Audubon Society - Wikipedia

John James Audubon Quotes - BrainyQuote
6983 140820  April 26, 1785  John James Audubon Biography  an American ornithologist, artist, and naturalist  (April 26, 1785 - January 27, 1851)  Birds of America (London, 1827)
American Masters . John James Audubon | PBS  Ken Chowder
National Audubon Society - Wikipedia
John James Audubon - Wikipedia

Birds of America by John James Audubon - YouTube
JOHN JAMES AUDUBON: THE BIRDS OF AMERICA - YouTube
Birds  |  Art  |  Nature


6738 140814  Flying Reptile  Ancient Butterfly-Headed Flying Reptile Discovered - Discovery News  Tia Ghose, Live Science, 08/13/2014

6711 140721  Osprey - Bird Cams - explore  Bremen, ME  (Info from Janet)

6620 140710  A newly declared species may be the largest flying bird to ever live - The Washington Post  Rachel Feltman, 07/07/2014

6521 140629  Emperor penguins waddling to extinction: climate study - Yahoo News  AFP, 06/29/2014
Emperor penguin - Wikipedia
March of the Penguins (2005) - IMDb
Happy Feet (2006) - IMDb
Green page

6100 140522  Top 10 Birds — Great Backyard Bird Count

5768 140424  Introducing A Divorce Rate For Birds, And Guess Which Bird Never, Ever Divorces?  (NPR, Robert Krulwich, 04/22/2014)
Albatross - Bing Images

Albatross - Wikipedia


3464 130918  "Birds"  Scientists run dinosaur wind-tunnel tests  (CNET, Google)
Microraptor - Flying Dinosaur - Planet Dinosaur - BBC - YouTube
Microraptor - Wikipedia
New Candidate for World's First Bird  -  Aurornis - Wikipedia
Archaeopteryx  (Berkeley, U of California) - Archaeopteryx - Wikipedia
Evolution of birds - Wikipedia


3782 131015  video Earthflight Part VI: Flying High    Watch Nature Online PBS Video

3781 131015  video Earthflight Part V: Asia and Australia    Watch Nature Online PBS Video


3699 131006  video Earthflight Part IV: South America    Watch Nature Online PBS Video

3698 131006 
video Earthflight Part III: Europe    Watch Nature Online PBS Video

3527 130922  video Earthflight Part II: Africa    Watch Nature Online PBS Video

3526 130922  video Earthflight Part I: North America    Watch Nature Online PBS Video  Awesome video! (Info from Kathy)


110522 The Blue Heron Rockery at North Mississippi Park, was destroyed by Sunday's Tornado | Star Tribune Rockery Photos  竜巻のため、Blue Heronのコロニー破壊される   Photo:  1  Tornado destroyed the rockery |  2  Fallen Trees on the Trail  |  3 Fallen Trees on the Trail | See the rockery before the tornado hit


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