Birds: The Ultimate Guide to Birds, Birding, and Pet Care
Birds are warm-blooded, vertebrates, and toothless and are found almost everywhere on Earth. Birds have some hollow bones that reduce weight, to help with flying.
Based on fossil evidence, many scientists believe that birds are descendants of the dinosaurs.
If you accept this theory, then techinically speaking, birds are avian dinosaurs and are considered reptiles, however, do birds are totally different from extinct dinosaurs. Birds are the only group of animals other than mammals that are warm blooded.
Birds have a very well-developed brains. Birds can make terrific pets and when bonded with their keepers can learn from the owner's actions and behavior. and neural system. Birds especially parrots, need plenty of toys in their cage and can have very long life spans, living as long as 50-100 years.
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Dunn's parrots (and his wildlife expertise) have been used on the sets of television shows, commercials and movies like Jurassic Park, filmed on the island Kauai where Dunn lived for 17 years.
Seven charged in hawk deaths
Seven Southern California men, including four from the Inland region, were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of killing scores of red-tailed hawks and other raptors that prey on the pigeons they breed for aerial acrobatic competition.
Audio players help bird-watchers name that tune
The morning breaks to the sound of a chirp. Or maybe it's more of a twitter. Perhaps it's a chirp, chirp, twitter. What's that? A wren? A sparrow? A grosbeak? You don't have to be a bird lover to be fascinated by these songs and calls.
Bald eagle numbers soaring in Wisconsin and Minnesota
The Fish and Wildlife Service has announced results showing the largest population of breeding bald eagles in the U.S. since World War II...This updated estimate is based on information gathered by the states in 2004 or later.
Bicycle birding outings begin
The Audubon Society of Corvallis has launched its 2007 Bicycle Birding schedule. In addition to saving fossil fuel, bicycle birding offers other advantages.
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