Tag: snowy plover

Nature Photo of the Week: Sweet Snowy Plover

Written by | November 21st, 2013

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There are majestic birds, there are powerful birds — and then, there are just plain adorable birds (a scientifically-accurate description, of course). The snowy plover falls into the latter category, as evidenced in this week’s Nature Photo of the Week. Those feathers! That look! Flickr photographer Jeff Bleam snapped this cute guy at Santa Cruz, California […]

Oil and Birds Don’t Mix

Written by | May 12th, 2010

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The Gulf is one of the worst places an oil spill could hit from a bird-centric point of view — learn why from Dave Mehlman, our director of migratory bird conservation.

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