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October 2012

When Birds and Buildings Collide, Part II

A description of a day rescuing and recovering migrating birds, with Annette Prince, Director of Chicago Bird Collision Monitors read more »

When Birds and Buildings Collide, Part I

A Day Rescuing and Recovering Migrating Birds-- With Annette Prince, Director of Chicago Bird Collision Monitors Part I: Rescue – On the Streets of Downtown ChicagoFall and spring, hundreds of thousands of migrating birds collide with glass buildings in downtown areas. On Sunday, October 21,... read more »

Too Many Doves?

Too Many Doves?    I recently did a post called Mourning Doves by the Numbers, which had some interesting stats in it, like one that states that Mourning Doves can breed up to 6 times each summer. Being from the Chicagoland area, I like to say that they "breed early and breed often"!All... read more »

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Pleasure Beach: A Place for Birds and People

Striking a balance between the needs of threatened birds and humans isn't always easy. On a May morning, a brilliant sun shines down on a Connecticut shoreline. Flocks of shorebirds, some of them state or federally threatened, swoop onto deserted beaches with few visible signs that humans were... read more »

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Owls Vocalizing in Fall

Why do owls ramp up their territorial calls during fall while most songbirds have already ramped down? read more »

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