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Red-tails Get Mobbed

For several weeks, avian photographer William Jobes chronicled the events at and near the nest of a pair of Red-tailed Hawks in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. When he first discovered the nest, a single fledgling of a few weeks old was the sole offspring occupant. Both adults were active in and... read more »

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Canada Geese Caption Comments

BirdNote Facebook fans are so clever! We asked for a caption to this photo by Mike Hamilton of two Canada Geese, and here's what our fans came up with: read more »

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Topics & Themes:  humor, photography

2018 Birds of BirdNote Calendar

The 2018 BirdNote calendar is here! Give $120 or more — or sign up for a gift of $10 a month or more — and we’ll send you a copy with our compliments.As an independently funded and produced program, we rely on the support of our listeners to pursue our mission. Thank you!BirdNote stories – joyful... read more »

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Cedar Waxwing Eating Berries

Photographer Gregg Thompson provided these photos of a Cedar Waxwing enjoying a wintertime meal in Magnuson Park in northwestern Washington State.Now to get that berry stem in the right position...A successful snack!Another look at that unique wing-tip wax:All photos © Gregg ThompsonListen to a... read more »

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Northern Harriers in Winter

Photographer Gregg Thompson captured these photos of Northern Harriers on the Samish Flats in northwestern Washington State.The female...And the male...Thanks, Gregg!###Listen to BirdNote stories about Northern Harriers:Sky Dancing - A Rare SightHow Birds' Names ChangeNorthern Harrier and Barn... read more »

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A Raven, On Snow

Regular photo contributor, Gregg Thompson, visited Mount Rainier in Washington State, hoping to find White-tailed Ptarmigan in their pure-white winter plumage. He didn't find any. Actually, the first bird he saw –- and only when he returned to the parking lot -- was this Common Raven. But the... read more »

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Peregrine Falcons in Italy

BirdNote photo contributor, Paolo Taranto, lives in Bologna, Italy, where he follows several families of Peregrine Falcons.An adult male Peregrine Falcon sits atop San Petronio in the old town of Bologna, in the center of the city.Perching on a ledge at the bell towerAn adult female Peregrine... read more »

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What's Up with That Owl? Casting Pellets...

Many kinds of birds — from herons to hawks (and all kinds of raptors, including owls), even shorebirds and fish-eaters like kingfishers — regurgitate pellets. The digestive systems of these birds have to deal with bones, scales, fur, or feathers. So the bird’s gizzard performs a kind of sorting... read more »

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In Search of the Araripe Manakin

Former BirdNote board member, Gerrit Vyn, is a sound recordist and photographer for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. The bird he's looking for is a stunner — the Araripe Manakin. The bird is critically endangered, in part because it has a tiny global range – occurring only on the slopes of Brazil... read more »

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Topics & Themes:  photography, recording

Recording the Araripe Manakin, With Gerrit Vyn

Near the city of Crato in northeastern Brazil lives a critically endangered little bird — the Araripe Manakin. It’s a little larger than a sparrow, it’s beautiful, and it lives on the slopes of a very small area in the Araripe Plateau. And because the Araripe Manakin wasn’t discovered until the... read more »

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