Winter Raptor Identification Course — Natural History Wanderings

The Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology Presents: Winter Raptor Identification Course Online February 17th, 24th and March 3rd, 2021 from 6:00 to 8:30pm Please join us for our Winter Raptor Identification Course, held online by WFVZ Science Education Coordinator Paul Grindrod. Get your tickets here!!

Winter Raptor Identification Course — Natural History Wanderings

Audubon Bird News Text Alerts — Natural History Wanderings

Text Updates from Audubon: Be the First to Know When Bird News Breaks At a time when two-thirds of North American birds are threatened by climate change, it is critical that Audubon spread the word to our supporters as soon as the opportunity to take action appears. Sign up for text updates from Audubon, an easy way to […]

Audubon Bird News Text Alerts — Natural History Wanderings

Virtual Audubon Program 12/16/20 — Natural History Wanderings

from Audubon One bright spot in the year that was 2020 has been the time we’ve virtually spent with you during I Saw A Bird. What began as an idea to keep our community connected has taken flight and become one of our favorite hours each month. Join us this Wednesday at 7 p.m. ET […]

Virtual Audubon Program 12/16/20 — Natural History Wanderings

Birding Emeryville Shoreline 10/31/20 — Natural History Wanderings

Today I did a birdwalk with friends at the Emeryville Shoreline, Park and Marina. Here are photos and a bird list. This slideshow requires JavaScript. Click Read more for bird list. Oct 31, 2020 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Protocol: Traveling 2.0 mile(s) Checklist Comments:     high tide and sunny, includes shoreline, park and marina 22 […]

Birding Emeryville Shoreline 10/31/20 — Natural History Wanderings

Backyard Birding — Natural History Wanderings

The New York Times writes about the growth of backyard birding during the pandemic and how to get the birds to come to you Backyard birding has become the perfect pandemic pastime. Here’s how to draw more species to your yard, and maybe get a good photo, too. Hosting a gathering of friends at your […]

Backyard Birding — Natural History Wanderings

90 % New Zealand Sea Birds Face Extinction Risk — Natural History Wanderings

Stuff.com Ninety per cent of New Zealand’s sea birds are at risk of extinction, as “serious pressures” threaten the future of New Zealand’s oceans. The Our Marine Environment 2016 report, released on Thursday by Statistics NZ and the Ministry for the Environment, found that New Zealand had the highest number of threatened seabird species in […]

90 % New Zealand Sea Birds Face Extinction Risk — Natural History Wanderings

English Hen Harriers Face Extinction Risk — Natural History Wanderings

The BBC reported that Hen Harriers are close to extinction in England as the only two nesting pairs in the country failed to breed. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) said this is the first time since the 1960’s that the harriers have not produced even one chick. The RSPB blamed private […]

English Hen Harriers Face Extinction Risk — Natural History Wanderings

Ecuador Increases Habitat For Cerulean Warbler and Over 300 More Species — Natural History Wanderings

Media Release American Bird Conservancy Declining Warbler, 300+ Other Birds to Benefit from Ecuador Land Protection Narupa Reserve Expansion Provides More Winter Habitat for Cerulean Warbler (Washington, D.C., August 6, 2014) The Cerulean Warbler—one of the Americas’ fastest-declining migratory birds—now has more protected wintering habitat in Ecuador, thanks to a cooperative effort by Fundación Jocotoco, […]

Ecuador Increases Habitat For Cerulean Warbler & Over 300 More Species — Natural History Wanderings