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But the Meadowlands have been blessed with frequent appearances by another invader from the north, the short-eared owl. Most of these nocturnal raptors have apparently moved elsewhere but they put on a great show while they were here. The best place
Posters of the last round of qualifying for the 2014 Women Afcon are known. This is released at the end of the first round second leg matches played the past weekend. For this decisive turn, some interesting meetings are scheduled. The southern
AT A bald eagle lands on a farm in Sheffield Mills, N.S. The Kings County area, in the Annapolis Valley, has the largest over-wintering population of bald eagles in eastern North America and local poultry producers provide carrion for the raptors. (
When the pope released those birds Sunday, he was asking for trouble. In a place filled with pigeons and other fat targets for birds of prey, it was like tossing out sausages with wings. Birds are wild animals, some of them are carnivorous, said
But when it goes wrong, it goes very wrong, writes Ben Milne. Pope Francis, two children, a prayer for peace, and the symbolic release of white doves from a Vatican window...Avian tweets of anguish were followed by inevitable tweets of the digital
Sun Staff Reporter Arizona Daily Sun At Lower Lake Mary this week, a bald eagle could be seen circling above the dam in search of food, silhouetted against wispy clouds in an otherwise blue sky. And at Frances Short Pond, the American icon was
Dick Watling. "The Fiji Petrel Project has been researching and conserving Collared Petrels on Gau for the past seven years and has realised the very serious threat posed by feral cats predating Collared and presumably Fiji Petrels." Mr Watling
Different stories brought the majestic eagles together for rehabilitation at Game and Fish's Adobe Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, but they all experienced a return to freedom together Friday on a rocky hillside just a mile north of busy Highway 69. "
Buz Marthaler felt the once-proud aerial predator fall limp in his arms, and the veteran animal caretaker knew he was facing a mystery unlike any in his career. Bald eagles are dying in Utah 20 in the last few weeks alone and nobody can figure out
9 December 2013 6 shares 3 View comments This tiny Pygmy owl had a hoot as it dived into snow, leaving just its head and wings poking out...The sequence was captured by photographer Jari Peltomaki, 48, as part of a new book about the birds...More... '