Monthly Archives: December 2014

Drunk Birds Singing

Just in time for the last party night of the year, scientists discover that birds drunk on fermented fruit juice don’t sing very well. I pretty much would’ve bet on that result. The real question is do they think they … Continue reading

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Birds Sensing Weather?

An intriguing article by National Geographic in which researchers discovered that Golden-winged Warblers may have anticipated and avoided a powerful and damaging thunderstorm this past April. Obviously, more study is needed but what an interesting proposition! Yellow-rumped Warbler, Sweetwater Wetlands, … Continue reading

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January Bird Walks in Tucson

In January, Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation is offering multiple guided birding opportunities around Tucson: Wake Up with the Birds, Every Thursday in January, 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Where: Pima County Agua Caliente Park, 12325 E. Roger … Continue reading

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Celebrate Urban Birds and Help Cornell Lab of Ornithology

This initiative is asking folks to spend 10 minutes observing the birds in their area. It doesn’t matter whether it is your front yard, the patio, or the landscaping outside your office window. Once you submit your observations online the … Continue reading

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November Cleanup Crew

As you can see we like to work with young volunteers – train them up right! Actually, all the credit goes to her parents – little River already loves to pick up litter and put it in the trash can. … Continue reading

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