Butcherbirds of Australia

posted in: Morphology-Develop., Species | 4

Australia has to be the only continent in the world that holds the most number of bird species with white and black plumages. Ranging from pelagic birds, shorebirds, land birds from ponds to tablelands and forests, they continue to amaze … Continued

Birds and window panes

posted in: Collision-Reflection | 0

Our earlier post on “An eagle called on the Director, SBG” had a comment by Morten Strange: “What is absolutely weird in this case is that the window broke, I cannot
 recall another case like this, the impact must have … Continued

Avian Jekylls and Hydes

posted in: Feeding strategy | 4

The subject of social-feeding of wild birds remains controversial. While it is not an immediate death sentence to birds ingesting processed or contaminated and often unwanted food, it is good fodder to lend your ears to the voice of pro-bird … Continued