Noxious: Montana’s Battle With Spotted Knapweed, and What Birders Can Do Hill Mynas: A Touch of Tropical Asia in Miami The Charge of the Egyptian Goose Grallards: New Zealand’s Next Extinction or Newest Species? Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of July 2014?

Noxious: Montana’s Battle With Spotted Knapweed, and What Birders Can Do

Above: A stand of spotted knapweed along the Clark Fork. The yellow flower behind it is common tansy, another invasive….

Hill Mynas: A Touch of Tropical Asia in Miami

Miami, Florida has a reputation among the birding community for being overrun with exotic bird species. It is well-deserved. Spot-breasted Oriole, Purple…

The Charge of the Egyptian Goose

On 22 January 1879, a pair of Egyptian Geese sat quietly on top of Isandlwana Hill and watched closely. Then,…

Grallards: New Zealand’s Next Extinction or Newest Species?

Yesterday i introduced you, gentle reader, to the lovely work done by the acclimatisation societies of New Zealand in making…

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of July 2014?

We all have invasive species on our minds this week, which should serve as an inspiration to those of us…

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Noxious: Montana’s Battle With Spotted Knapweed, and What Birders Can Do
Hill Mynas: A Touch of Tropical Asia in Miami
The Charge of the Egyptian Goose
Grallards: New Zealand’s Next Extinction or Newest Species?
Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of July 2014?
Greater Rheas: Germany’s new Big Bird
Feral Pigeons World Wide
New York City’s First Eurasian Collared-Dove
The Eurasian Collared-Dove Explosion: Coming to a Town Near You!
Acclimatisation Societies of New Zealand
The Cattle Egret Expansion
Feral Cats Are An Invasive Species in North America (and elsewhere)
It’s a Myth – Isn’t It?
The Parakeet of City Streets, the Monk Parakeet
Emerald Ash Borers vs. Woodpeckers (and Nuthatches)
Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of July 2014)
New Jersey’s First European Golden-Plover
Birds Threatened by Asiatic Sand Sedge Invasion on Long Island

Birding

The Charge of the Egyptian Goose

The Charge of the Egyptian Goose

Jul 25, 2014 | 2 Comments

On 22 January 1879, a pair of Egyptian Geese sat quietly on top of Isandlwana Hill and watched closely. Then,...

Birds

Hill Mynas: A Touch of Tropical Asia in Miami

Hill Mynas: A Touch of Tropical Asia in Miami

Jul 25, 2014 | No Comments

Miami, Florida has a reputation among the birding community for being overrun with exotic bird species. It is well-deserved. Spot-breasted Oriole, Purple...

Trips

New Jersey’s First European Golden-Plover

New Jersey’s First European Golden-Plover

Jul 20, 2014 | 2 Comments

Yesterday, Saturday, 19 July, an apparent European Golden-Plover was found in a sod field in western New Jersey in Pittsdown,...

Conservation

Noxious: Montana’s Battle With Spotted Knapweed, and What Birders Can Do

Noxious: Montana’s Battle With Spotted Knapweed, and What Birders Can Do

Jul 25, 2014 | No Comments

Above: A stand of spotted knapweed along the Clark Fork. The yellow flower behind it is common tansy, another invasive....

Reviews

Summer Books for Kids (and the rest of us)

Summer Books for Kids (and the rest of us)

Jul 1, 2014 | No Comments

I love reading children’s books, even though my child is well over the age when she asks to have them...

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