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Cornell Lab’s Public Touch upon Proposed Weakening of Migratory Chicken Treaty Act—Abstract

Hugh Powell- August 3, 2020

The U.S. Division of the Inside is within the ultimate levels of codifying a brand new rule that excludes so-called incidental take from Migratory Chicken ... Read More

New Scientific Paper Printed: Caspian Terns Saved, Rehabilitated, and Launched by Worldwide Chicken Rescue Are Surviving and Breeding!

Julie Skoglund- July 28, 2020

Chicken Rescue is proud to announce the publication of an essential scientific paper on a rescue-and-rehabilitation effort that led to a notable success: the post-release ... Read More

Interview with UN rapporteur Dr David Boyd: the ability of human rights

Find Pet Insurance- July 22, 2020

Dr David Boyd, the United Nations Particular Rapporteur on Human Rights and the Atmosphere, and a supporter of our #1Planet1Right marketing campaign, speaks to BirdLife ... Read More

Composition in Hen Pictures: Tips on how to Go Past the Portrait

Hugh Powell- July 19, 2020

Initially posted April 2009; up to date July 2020. hbspt.cta.load(95627, '0f71003d-491d-4727-9296-4f6822b4f706', {}); 1 / 4 century in the past, when being a broadcast fowl photographer ... Read More

The Migratory Fowl Safety Act Restoring 100 Years of Fowl Protections

American Bird Conservancy- July 16, 2020

The Migratory Fowl Safety Act Restoring 100 Years of Fowl Protections Read the original article Read More

Splash of Sunshine: BirdSpotter Judges’ Alternative Winner – FeederWatch

Holly Faulkner, Project Assistant- July 13, 2020

| Yellow Warbler by Christine Hansen | The sixth class for this season’s BirdSpotter contest was supposed to convey some a lot wanted sunshine to those ... Read More