Author: Victoria Campbell

A Grassroots Banding Project Reveals How Amazing Northern Saw-whet Owls Are

Victoria Campbell- October 12, 2019

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How to Fix the Bird Declines: A To-Do List for Government, Business, and Individuals

Victoria Campbell- September 27, 2019

"We have an economic ally for grasslands in ranchers. Ranching can be a form of agriculture that sustains biodiversity and creates win-wins for ecology and ... Read More

A Tale of Two Nest Boxes: When Pairing Doesn’t Promote Peace

Victoria Campbell- September 12, 2019

Photo © Holly Faulkner by Mark Stanback, Professor of Biology, Davidson College Watching cavity-nesting birds build nests and care for young in our nest boxes ... Read More

Turning Maple Syrup Forests Into Bird-Friendly Habitat

Victoria Campbell- April 8, 2019

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Jane Johnson, January 2019 eBirder of the Month

Victoria Campbell- March 26, 2019

By Team eBird February 26, 2019 Please join us in congratulating Jane Johnson of Tofte, Minnesota, winner of the January 2019 eBird Challenge, sponsored by ... Read More

Seeing More Hawks in Your Yard? It’s Not Your Imagination

Victoria Campbell- March 17, 2019

A young Sharp-shinned Hawk at a feeder. Photo by Kevin Rosinbum via Birdshare. Raptors—especially Cooper’s Hawks and Sharp-shinned Hawks—have become a familiar presence at urban ... Read More

California’s Tricolored Blackbird is Running Out of Room

Victoria Campbell- March 12, 2019

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