July’s sampling of bird stories from the worlds of science and art.
June’s edition of my newsletter featuring seabirds, sparrows, swifts, and more.
They eat almost 60,000 prey in a day. And can store over 4,000 in their food pouch at one time.
In a bizarre interaction between a frog and an insect, it’s the frog that ends up as food.
The 5th round-up of stories from the world of birds.
Several bird species are about to go extinct. Why? Because of us.
The huge mass of birds swirled through the sky — twisting and turning, splitting and merging, singing all the while.