Best Trail Camera Guide Reviews Moultrie

November 24, 2014

The Best Trail Camera Guide website offers unbiased reviews on some of the latest cameras from Moultrie, including the D-990i Mini Camera, A-5 Infrared Game Cam, D-333 Game Spy Camera, D-444 Game Spy Camera, D-555i Game Cam, M-880 Mini Cam, and the Panoramic 150. The comprehensive review states, “Moultrie was one of the first market movers in the business of manufacturing trail cameras. As a result of their long-time experience, Moultrie game cameras are some best cameras available on the market today... Read More

Birds & Blooms: The Social Behavior of Birds

November 24, 2014

Did you know that American crows recruit helpers to care for their offspring? Or that small songbirds gang up and attack screech owls? If bird behavior fascinates you, then Birds & Blooms magazine has an article that will peak your interest. Bird watching enthusiasts can easily distinguish social birds from solitary ones, but what explains their unique behaviors?  Read More

12 Birds of Christmas

November 20, 2014

“On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me...”   Is there a song that catalogs more birds than this beloved Christmas carol? From French hens to swans, the age-old classic, “12 Days of Christmas,” expresses a sentiment birdwatchers already hold: any opportunity for birding is the best holiday gift! In the spirit of the season, Wingscapes explores the ornithology of these well-known species (plus a few of our other favorite winter birds, too).  Read More

New York Times: The Extinction of the Passenger Pigeon

November 17, 2014

“The passenger pigeon is among the most famous of American birds, but not because of its beauty, or its 60-mile-an-hour flight speed. Nor is it a cherished symbol of our great country. No, we remember the passenger pigeon because of the largest-scale human-caused extinction in history.” So begins a recent New York Times article that recounts the tragic extinction of the once abundant passenger pigeon. Martha, the last of her species, passed away a century ago. And this year, bird enthusiasts remember this loss and advocate for the protection of endangered bird species. FULL STORY    Read More How to Prevent Birds from Colliding with Glass

November 10, 2014

Migratory birds face many obstacles. But one deadly problem—glass—is an issue homeowners can easily resolve. According to Christine Sheppard of the American Bird Conservancy, “The problem is that hundreds of millions of birds, as many as a billion birds, just in the US, are being killed every year when they collide with glass, usually glass windows.” proposes several ideas for helping birds avoid these collisions. Read More 10 Ways to Help Migrating Birds

November 3, 2014

Fall weather marks the beginning of migratory flight—a dangerous journey for birds relocating to their winter homes. “Along the way they encounter many perils including bright lights and tall buildings, cats and toxic lawns.” So explains an article that offers 10 steps for protecting birds during their southward flight. Read More

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