:: 14-year-old Khalid Boudreau has discovered British Columbia’s second-known breeding grounds of the endangered American White Pelican.
:: A study by some Idaho scientists shows that traffic noise has more of an effect on birds than previously thought.
:: Climate change is changing the timing of bird migration, especially in long distance migrants
:: There is a new Young Birders Club in Burgos, Spain
:: An article from National Geographic about how albatrosses are such efficient flyers
:: Rome is being overwhelmed by the amount of dropping around the city from millions of migrating starlings
:: A cooling spell in Antarctica 10 million years ago may have spurred penguin evolution
Great posts in birding blogs this week:
:: From Jacob at The Eyrie: Bobolink Conservation
:: From Chris at Birding is Fun: Sanderling – a “True” Sandpiper
:: From Tim at Bird Canada: The American Dipper – a photo essay
:: From Rick at Wader Quest: Recurvirostridae, avocets and stilts; what a beautiful family!
:: From Dragon at 10,000 Birds: The Search for The Holy Grail
:: From Larry at the Brownstone Birding Blog: Checking Out Some CT Lucky Duck Ponds
:: From Eileen at Viewing nature with Eileen: More Bosque Del Apache NWR