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Fish & Game regional manager Daren Smith says farmers can expect to see increasing numbers of paradise shelduck mobs moving into these areas close to potential moulting sites. And if farmers think ahead and plan for the annual event they can minimise
A new study has discovered that a New Zealand bird, called Pukeko, which shows off its status on its head, could give valuable information about social behaviours of all creatures, including human beings. Research led by McMaster's Cody Dey and Jim
The sharp decline in some of Britain's most common bird species is resulting for the first time in their disappearance from some parts of the United Kingdom, conservationists warn today. An annual stocktake of bird populations by a coalition of
Steamboat Springs After an hour of coffee and conversation with Steamboat Springs resident Tom Litteral, I'm looking at the world around me with a keener eye. Discovering Steamboat On Saturday, I pulled over on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 40 to
Scientists have long known the primary cause is Type E botulism, which the U.S. Geological Survey says may have killed 100,000 birds in the region since 2000. They have ideas, but no proof, about how the toxin works its way up the food chain...
Hunting deer from a treestand often provides comical and entertaining experiences that remain as little video snippets in your mind's library of memories as "The Wild Kingdom" unfolds before your very eyes. After you've been in your stand for about a
Thirty-one years ago I set off on a quest to look for a species so rare that it seemed as mythical as a Phoenix. Not only was it almost unknown, but also the Okinawa Rail had only recently been discovered...Nothing was known about its numbers, its
Falconry, the most luxurious hobby in the Gulf, attracts many enthusiasts. Even though falcon hunting season started in September, it usually peaks towards the end of October and lasts till April, according to Khalid Al-Enezi, a falcon enthusiast.
Local residents said that December to March is the best time for bird hunting in Nanchang, and dead birds can frequently be seen hanging in the nets near the zoo...Most of the culvers, pheasants, peacocks and other birds were netted by local
The Canadian government is attempting to save the quickly disappearing greater sage grouse by restricting construction and loud industrial noise near its habitat during certain times of the year. The restrictions are part of an emergency order for