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On Birds — Feathered Messengers from Deep Time

By Delia Falconer, University of Technology Sydney. When I experienced a great loss in in my early forties — almost a year to the day after another — I went to see my mother in the family home. She wasn’t… Continue Reading →

Be still, My Beating Wings

Hunters Kill Migrating Birds on their 10,000km Journey to Australia By Eduardo Gallo-Cajiao of The University of Queensland It is low tide at the end of the wet season in Broome, Western Australia. Shorebirds feeding voraciously on worms and clams… Continue Reading →

Birds Use Massive Magnetic Maps To Migrate: Some Could Cover The Whole World

By Richard Holland, Bangor University and Dmitry Kishkinev, Keele University Every year, billions of songbirds migrate thousands of miles between Europe and Africa – and then repeat that same journey again, year after year, to nest in exactly the same… Continue Reading →

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