Thursday, April 14, 2016

some recent avian research

To learn about some recent directions in avian research, see these:

At BirdCast: http://birdcast.info/research/publications/

Autumn morning flights of migrant songbirds in the northeastern United States are linked to nocturnal migration and winds aloft

At Bird Studies Canada:
http://www.birdscanada.org/research/motus/index.jsp

Motus is a coordinated hemispheric tracking system for all migratory bird species, and is the world's most ambitious bird tracking initiative. The project's goal is to understand the connections between breeding, migrating, and wintering locations for every Canadian bird species by 2030.

At UW-Milwaukee:  https://uwm.edu/news/uwm-study-shows-survival-shapes-birds-plumage-as-much-as-need-to-attract-mates/

UWM study shows survival shapes birds’ plumage as much as need to attract mates


Thursday, March 31, 2016

news from BirdLife International

See recent news on many global bird conservation issues from BirdLife International: http://www.birdlife.org/news

Friday, March 25, 2016

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Cornell Lab of Ornithology news

News from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology: Learn about their NestWatch program, and get involved: Join NestWatch