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Learn about nighttime migration bird spotting over on the Birds and Blooms Blog... this is a Sampling of sightings from 9/11 Tribute in Light in Manhattan.

Sampling of sightings from Tribute in Light in Manhattan. Interesting insight to the migration of birds.

Project Beak: A great site for learning all about birds! Even "make" your own bird and see how likely it is to live in its habitat! #howtobirdwatch

Project Beak: A great site for learning all about birds! Even "make" your own bird and see how likely it is to live in its habitat! #howtobirdwatch

Big Garden Birdwatch 2015 Results

Big Garden results are in!

Western Serenity—Western Bluebird #bwdgallery

Western Serenity—Western Bluebird #bwdgallery

The Most Exotic Birds Infographic

They come in so many different sizes, shapes, and colors and they make wonderful pets.

Macaw Beautiful or not?

Blue-and-yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna). Photo was taken in 2010 at the WeltVogelPark Walsrode, Germany. The photo was very greenish and pale, because it w. Blue-and-yellow Wave

White-throated Honeyeater, New Guinea & E/N Australia by triciaoshea

From Derby in Western Australia across northern Australia to Grafton in New South Wales. Also souther New Guinea.

Awesome poster with tons of text features for reading analysis, particularly for unknown words in the bird beak category....inferencing galore!  Scroll down and there is a poster one as well.  Great chance to meld science and reading!

Infographic: Mother Nature's Pop Science Guide to Birds, Part 2

Awesome poster with tons of text features for reading analysis, particularly for unknown words in the bird beak category....inferencing galore! Scroll down and there is a poster one as well. Great chance to meld science and reading!

Eggs often hatch on different days, usually 2-3 days apart. In 2013, the first two hawks hatched on the same day and the third came two days later. The nestlings may rely on their parents for many months. Parents provide food but also warmth and shelter. | Watch the Cornell Lab bird cams LIVE here: http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/

Eggs often hatch on different days, usually days apart.

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Gallery – Birds In Flight

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