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Plant Spores Hitch Long-Distance Feather Rides - Scientific American

Plant Spores Hitch Long-Distance Feather Rides - Scientific American | What's Up With Birds | Scoop.it
Plant Spores Hitch Long-Distance Feather Rides. Tiny spores from mosses, algae and lichens can stick in bird feathers, travel from the Arctic to the bottom of South America and grow into whole new specimens.
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New Fossil Suggests More Complex Evolution for Feathers and Flight

New Fossil Suggests More Complex Evolution for Feathers and Flight | What's Up With Birds | Scoop.it
We all know the early bird gets the worm, but apparently it also gets a fabulous set of feathered “trousers.” Extensive feather preservation on a new specimen of Archaeopteryx, the earliest known bird, is giving researchers an ...
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SEA ANEMONE EATS BIRD

Sea Anemone Eats Bird. The giant green sea anemone is a sea dwelling predator known to typically eat small fish, crustaceans and detached mussels. But sea bi...
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Lincolnshire hotspots could make top UK birdwatching guide - East Lindsey Target

Lincolnshire hotspots could make top UK birdwatching guide - East Lindsey Target | What's Up With Birds | Scoop.it
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Lincolnshire hotspots could make top UK birdwatching guide
East Lindsey Target
East Lindsey has the potential to become one of the country's top all-year resorts for birdwatching holidays.
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Bird watching camp held at bio-diversity nursery - Times of India

Bird watching camp held at bio-diversity nursery - Times of India | What's Up With Birds | Scoop.it
Bird watching camp held at bio-diversity nursery Times of India Environmentalist and bird watcher Ajay Gadikar helped children identify different species of birds such as Babblers, Treepie, Indian Grey Hornbill, Sunbird, Oriental Magpie Robin,...
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Build Your Birding Skills with Our Bird Feeder Experiment

Build Your Birding Skills with Our Bird Feeder Experiment | What's Up With Birds | Scoop.it
Millions of Americans have bird feeders in their backyards, and many of them enjoy the simple pleasure of watching neighborhood birds from their windows. Feeders make it easy to observe and appreciate nature.
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