- The surprising reason Hollywood gets birds all wrong
- When the act was passed in 1918, its proponents trumpeted in Bird-Lore magazine — the predecessor to Audobon magazine — that they were finally relieved of “combating the numberless attempts to legalize the destruction of birds for private gain.
- Law makes US birds wrong on screen
- When the act was passed in 1918, its proponents trumpeted in Bird-Lore magazine – the predecessor to Audobon magazine – that they were finally relieved of “combating the numberless attempts to legalize the destruction of birds for private gain.
- Bird Lore: Mobbing and nest protection
- Smaller birds will often mob birds of prey to protect themselves or their nests. Birds of prey are meat-eating predators such as hawks, falcons, eagles, owls, and shrikes. Even a single bird will chase a bird of prey away from its nest.
- Bird Lore: Greater White-fronted Goose
- The Greater White-fronted Goose is usually seen in Edmonds every year but can be hard to find. Typically it is seen when a formation of these geese is flying over the Sound in spring or fall migration but occasionally it is seen on the ground.
- Bird Lore: Bushtit
- Togetherness is the way of the Bushtit. It is a long-tailed, drab little bird that is highly gregarious except during nesting season. It has an overall grayish body with a brownish crown.
Birdlore is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Birdlore books and related discussion.
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