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Friday photos: Great places to go birding
One of the best things about birdwatching is getting to visit beautiful places. The amazing scenes below are examples. Visitors to our website submitted them to our People and Places gallery . We hope you enjoy them! Submit your photos to our galleries. Read about the many other collections of...
1/20/2012 11:13:00 AM
15 Wisconsin communities recognized as nation’s first “bird cities”
Congratulations to our friends in the Wisconsin birding community who have launched the state's new Bird City project, the first program of its kind in the United States! The National Audubon Society issued this press release today, December 2, describing the initiative. --Matt Mendenhall, Associate...
12/2/2010 12:40:00 PM
An Earth Day interview with acclaimed conservationist Adrian Forsyth
Forest meets the beach in this aerial view of Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica. Photo by Michael and Patricia Fogden, Friends of the Osa / Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 2.0 Today is Earth Day, and to celebrate, we have a story about Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula (pictured above) and an interview...
4/22/2010 10:28:00 AM
Not just any Cooper's Hawk
Location: Estabrook Park Observation date: 8/9/09, 8:05-11:25 am Weather: 82°F rising to 88°F, clear, wind SW @ 14 mph, gusting to 21 mph Number of species: 26 A couple of birds caught my interest in the park this morning: The first was an Osprey, which I saw turning wide circles and hanging effortlessly...
8/9/2009 5:20:00 PM
Whooping Cranes on your computer screen — live!
Operation Migration's new CraneCam is quite a treat. It offers a behind-the-scenes view of Whooping Cranes at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, home base of the eastern reintroduction project. Viewers can watch online as Operation Migration’s pilots and crane handlers condition the juvenile cranes...
8/7/2009 11:50:00 AM
Second Whooping Crane chick disappears
Ten days ago, we learned that one of this summer's two wild-hatched Whooping Crane chicks in Wisconsin had died. Now, the second chick appears to have died. According to the Whooping Crane tracking and monitoring team, the chick, which was hatched from a captive-produced egg , was last observed with...
7/17/2009 9:53:00 AM
One of two Whooping Crane chicks in Wisconsin dies
A Whooping Crane chick that hatched at the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in central Wisconsin last month has died. Richard Urbanek, the federal biologist who tracks the birds, says the last time he saw the chick was at 1 p.m. on Sunday, June 28. He last observed the parents "in apparent chick...
7/7/2009 4:06:00 PM
Newly hatched chicks for Whooping Cranes, California Condors, and Trumpeter Swans
Two adult Whooping Cranes walk toward their brown-feathered chick, which is visible in a small clearing in the vegetation at left. Photo by Richard Urbanek, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Less than a week after a pair of endangered Whooping Cranes in the reintroduced Wisconsin population hatched a...
6/19/2009 1:20:00 PM
Wisconsin Whooping Cranes hatch chick
A pair of Whooping Cranes in Wood County, Wisconsin, are parents after the egg in their nest hatched yesterday. The birds, known as 12-02 and 19-04, had nested north of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in late April but later abandoned the nest. Their two eggs were found to be infertile. The pair renested...
6/13/2009 2:26:00 PM
More Kirtland's Warblers arrive in Wisconsin
More Kirtland's Warblers arrived last week at the site in Adams County, Wisconsin, where they nested last year and the year before, bringing this year’s total to 14 -- 8 males, 6 females. Joel A. Trick of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Kim Grveles of the Wisconsin Department of Natural...
6/1/2009 12:48:00 PM
Female Kirtland's Warblers arrive in Wisconsin
Last week, as Matt reported here , came the great news that male Kirtland's Warblers had returned to the site in Adams County here in Wisconsin where they fledged 10 young last year. Now we've received the even better news that at least four females have arrived as well. According to Joel A....
5/23/2009 1:52:00 PM
River of warblers, Estabrook Park, 9 May 2009
Location: Estabrook Park Observation date: 5/9/09, 9:20 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Weather: 48°F, overcast, wind N @ 14 mph. Heavy rain overnight and earlier in morning Number of species: 57 Two sounds greeted me when I woke up yesterday morning: steady rain drumming on the roof and White-crowned Sparrows, steadily...
5/10/2009 2:01:00 PM
Great articles by Wisconsinites and about Wisconsin
Want to know why I'm happy Birder's World is published in Wisconsin? Because it's full of great places to look for birds and just as full of smart, knowledgeable birders. Many of them have written or contributed to the magazine over the years. Here's what I mean: Our June 2009 issue contains...
5/8/2009 4:19:00 PM
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