“Around the world, thousands of migratory animals travel hundreds or even thousands of miles each year. The journey of migratory animals is more important than their destination. Scientists use the endangered Kirtland’s warblers to show how connecting all migration’s points can chart a way to sustainability.”
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On the way home tonight, I crossed a small park in Melbourne and watched a Magpie-lark standing on the ground about a metre from a couple sitting on a seat, calling loudly right at them. It wandered aimlessly for a few seconds, then stood facing them and gave them another blast.
Lots of people would . . . → Read More: Magpie-lark demanding food
This is a rather late reminder about the Australian Bird Study Association conference on March 11th (Saturday) in Canberra.
The topic for this years conference will be: * Long-term banding studies for monitoring bushland birds: what we’ve learned and future directions*. There are two parallel issues we will be considering under this heading. . . . → Read More: ABSA conference March 11th