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The Emu

THE EMU

The Emu , another ratite , is the second-largest living bird after the Ostrich and the largest bird species in Australia where it is...

CAPTIVATING HABITATS FOR YOUR OWLS

Imagine for a moment, you are relaxing in your backyard, and in one of the trees, there is an owl nesting box comprising of a small...

 
 
 
Diseases at Bird Feeders

DISEASES AT BIRD FEEDERS

The British naturalist James Fisher wrote that the first person recorded as feeding wild birds was the 6th-century monk Saint Serf...

The Word Spreads Fast

THE WORD SPREADS FAST

Over the last few years there have been sightings of rare birds in Central Park in New York City. Birders were obviously excited to...

 
 
 
Photobugs and Birds

PHOTOBUGS AND BIRDS

I've noted before the occasional conflicts between birdwatchers and photographers and I've received stories from readers regarding...

Research in Ornithology

RESEARCH IN ORNITHOLOGY

You often hear the word “research” related to someone looking up new information - researching a new car, researching a term paper,...

 
 
 
Science and the Giant Eagles

SCIENCE AND THE GIANT EAGLES

The other day I received an email from a person who swears he saw three giant eagles as big as men on a roadway a few years ago. He...

The Townsend's Solitaire

THE TOWNSEND'S SOLITAIRE

The Townsend's Solitaire, not a familiar species to most, is a bird found year- round in the mountains of the western U.S. and Canada...

 
 
 
Bird Friendly Coffee

BIRD FRIENDLY COFFEE

I don't always think about the environmental issues surrounding food purchases, mainly because it's too complicated. When I buy a head...

Elizabeth Gould

ELIZABETH GOULD

Mrs. Gould's Sunbird of the Himalayas and the Gouldian Finch of Australia were named after Elizabeth Gould (1804-1841), bird artist...

 
 
 
Elizabeth Gould

ELIZABETH GOULD

Mrs. Gould's Sunbird of the Himalayas and the Gouldian Finch of Australia were named after Elizabeth Gould (1804-1841), bird artist...

Bird Friendly Coffee

BIRD FRIENDLY COFFEE

I don't always think about the environmental issues surrounding food purchases, mainly because it's too complicated. When I buy a head...

 
 
 
The Townsend's Solitaire

THE TOWNSEND'S SOLITAIRE

The Townsend's Solitaire, not a familiar species to most, is a bird found year- round in the mountains of the western U.S. and Canada...

Science and the Giant Eagles

SCIENCE AND THE GIANT EAGLES

The other day I received an email from a person who swears he saw three giant eagles as big as men on a roadway a few years ago. He...

 
 
 
Research in Ornithology

RESEARCH IN ORNITHOLOGY

You often hear the word “research” related to someone looking up new information - researching a new car, researching a term paper,...

Photobugs and Birds

PHOTOBUGS AND BIRDS

I've noted before the occasional conflicts between birdwatchers and photographers and I've received stories from readers regarding...

 
 
 
The Word Spreads Fast

THE WORD SPREADS FAST

Over the last few years there have been sightings of rare birds in Central Park in New York City. Birders were obviously excited to...

Diseases at Bird Feeders

DISEASES AT BIRD FEEDERS

The British naturalist James Fisher wrote that the first person recorded as feeding wild birds was the 6th-century monk Saint Serf...

 
 
 

CAPTIVATING HABITATS FOR YOUR OWLS

Imagine for a moment, you are relaxing in your backyard, and in one of the trees, there is an owl nesting box comprising of a small...

The Emu

THE EMU

The Emu , another ratite , is the second-largest living bird after the Ostrich and the largest bird species in Australia where it is...

 
 
 



Identification of a large dataset of SNPs in hair‐fin anchovy based on RAD‐seq

Summary Hair‐fin anchovy is an economically important fish distributed in the West Indian Ocean and the Northwest Pacific Ocean. In this study, 154 individuals in eight... Read more ...

Parsing the microRNA genetics basis regulating skeletal muscle fiber types...

Summary Muscle fibers are closely related to human diseases and livestock meat quality. However, the genetics basis of microRNAs in regulating muscle fibers is not completely... Read more ...

Birds from Britannia by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

Birds from Britannia by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

With the sad passing of Prince Philip this week I thought I should share with you a book that we own that he wrote. This book was gifted by my father, Philip, to his father... Read more ...

Gracie

Gracie

Put your paws in the air to greet Star Kit, Gracie. She is 9 weeks old from Covington, WA. During pandemic we had a tough time adopting a kitten after my special golden died of... Read more ...

Millions of Red-eyed Vireos, Eastern Kingbirds, Chimney Swifts in Costa...

Millions of Red-eyed Vireos, Eastern Kingbirds, Chimney Swifts in Costa Rica- All Heading North

Birds are arriving in North America, flying from places far to the south. Many come from Central America, a good number fly much further. When birding in parks and woodlots of... Read more ...

Arthur

Arthur

Please put your paws together and welcome Star Kit, Arthur. He is 7 months old from Watertown, South Dakota. I got Arthur after my previous cat had passed away. We got him from... Read more ...

'Haunted Victorian Child' Dog Wins Hearts Via Hysterically Honest Adoption Post

'Haunted Victorian Child' Dog Wins Hearts Via Hysterically Honest Adoption Post

Prancer hates men, other animals and has created a "demonic Chihuahua hellscape" in his foster's home. Read more ...

The Healthy Hound Newsletter 62

The Healthy Hound Newsletter 62

In This Issue ● Are Dog Years Real? ● Hybrid Dog vs. Mutt ● Why Grapes Are Toxic To Dogs ● 8 Ways You Annoy Your Dog ● Is Your Vet Doing A Good Job? ● Protect Your Dog From... Read more ...