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The Christmas bird count was way down this year.
A dramatic afternoon, attempting to apprehend an elusive avian.
They’re no longer singing in the rain.
Eight raptor casualties in a matter of weeks is a worrisome spike.
Focusing on particular uses of tails that have special functions.
Half a dozen bald eagles and other birds have needed help.
Please do not pick up the injured wildlife.
The cause of their injuries is unknown.
Golden eagles are the most widespread eagle on Earth.
Bird strikes claim more than 1 billion birds a year.
Underweight eagle is on a high-protein diet.
Juneau’s not their ideal terrain.
Chances are low of finding the person who shot the dart.
Tern down for what.
Alaska’s new chief birder.
Post-holing can pay off.
Antarctica on the solstice: Juneau couple spends holidays with thousands of penguins, near-constant daylight
They traveled south, way south.
These birds cover a lot of mileage.
Many local birds have new, winter plumage, and Juneau Audubon Society wants to enable folks to pick out the new-look birds. Juneau Audubon Society will… Continue reading