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BLOGGING FOR BIRDS

Black Swits: New Horizons

Black Swifts are thought to forage long distances from their nest sites, but their basic movement ecology is unknown. Knowledge about daily foraging routes and distances will help identify flight patterns, foraging hotspots and habitat relationships—critical to understanding the conservation needs of this enigmatic species.

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There and Back Again

This summer, a small group of intrepid ornithologists set out into the high peaks of New Mexico in search of breeding populations of Brown-capped Rosy-Finches—something that hasn’t been recorded in the state for almost 30 years.

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Have Plovers, Will Travel

Traditional and high-tech tools are revealing details about where Mountain Plovers spend time during migration and over winter—highlighting critical habitat locations and guiding much-needed conservation efforts.

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The Brand of Birdsong

How many birds can you accurately count in six minutes using sound as well as sight? The ability to correctly recognize birds by ear is a vital skill for our team members, one that takes a lot of effort to master. IMBCR technician Beth Raboin shares how she uses context and associations—and a dash of baseball—as an aid to her auditory memory.

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