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Cats Responsible for Decline in Bird Speci...
Research into house cat behavior shows that they kill more animals than previously believed. University of Georgia researchers attached cameras to 60 ...
August 13, 2012
Climate Change Threatens Over Half Of U.S....
The effects of climate change are causing a variety of problems for over half of the bird species in North America. According to a study by the Nation...
September 11, 2014
A Study Reveals That Some Early Bird Speci...
A new study from China reveals fossil records of birds that had four wings. Previous studies had shown that ancient bird species had feathers on their...
March 18, 2013
Endangered Bird Species Given Chance to Gr...
The Palila bird is approaching extinction. Part of the reason is because of sheep that have been eating their habitat in Hawaii. Now the birds may get...
April 15, 2013
Cats Responsible For Billions of Dead Bird...
A study reveals that cats are responsible for billions of bird deaths.
January 31, 2013
Report: JFK Airport Contractors Shot 1,600...
In an effort to avoid bird strikes on planes at JFK, Port Authority officials have killed over 26,000 birds. But over 1,000 of those bids were a thre...
May 01, 2014
Threatened Animals from the Book of Genesi...
According to a recent article in the scientific journal Nature, 41% of all amphibian species are at risk of extinction, 26% of mammal species are at r...
June 08, 2014
Pet Cats Responsible For Billions of Anima...
New research finds cats kill billions of mammals and birds each year, prompting calls to cut back on kitties.
January 30, 2013
Keeping Track of Birds Using Crowdsourcing
Bird sightings are being turned into digital data by users of eBird, a worldwide network that provides real-time, year-round visuals of the migratory ...
August 22, 2013
Why Chickens Don't Have a Penis
A new study from the University of Florida in Gainesville has discovered why male chickens and other birds do not have a penis. Around 97 percent of b...
June 10, 2013
Bird Watching in Capirivi, Namibia
African Odyssey's Robin Taylor watches the various bird species of Namibia's Capirivi region.
August 08, 2012
Protecting the Animals on the Seychelles f...
Organizations like Birdlife Seychelles are trying to protect the bird species on the island by tackling the rat problems.
November 04, 2010
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