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  • More than 850 species birds of Europe

    More than 850 species birds of Europe

    All birds of Europe in one place

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    Thousands of photos and videos of birds

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25.04.2016 Outside Story: It’s Molting Time Again For the Birds Around Us

Outside Story: It’s Molting Time Again For the Birds Around Us “Boy, he’s really red! I don’t think I’ve ever seen them that red before,” my wife said admiringly of a male purple finch crunching sunflower seeds at the feeder. He was a nice burgundy. The male goldfinches were getting yellower, but still looked scruffy. The birds made me optimistic that spring would finally get here. The next morning it was 10 degrees. Birds molt for a basic reason: feathers wear out. All that flying, preening, dust bathing, weaving through limbs of bushes and trees. For ... Read more

25.04.2016 Scientists think they've finally figured out how birds outlived the dinosaurs

Scientists think they've finally figured out how birds outlived the dinosaurs Just this week, researchers reported new evidence that certain species of dinosaur were already on the way out before an asteroid crashed into Earth some 66 million years ago. But somehow, plenty of species managed to live through this cataclysmic event, and their modern relatives are absolutely thriving today. And now a new study suggests that the secret to the survival of avian dinosaurs and the birds they evolved into was their appetite for seeds. Adding weight to this hypothesis is the fact that toothed bird ... Read more

06.04.2016 Pigeon patrol takes flight to tackle London’s air pollution crisis

Pigeon patrol takes flight to tackle London’s air pollution crisis They’ve been driven from Trafalgar square for being a nuisance, derided as rats with wings and maligned as a risk to public health. But now pigeons could play a small part in helping Londoners overcome one of the capital’s biggest health problems – its illegal levels of air pollution blamed for thousands of deaths a year. On Monday, a flock of half a dozen racing pigeons were set loose from a rooftop in Brick Lane by pigeon fancier, Brian Woodhouse, with one stra ... Read more

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