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Why is the Beach Covered with Dead Birds?

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When will our long night of global corporate greed and killing finally fade away into the light? Read More »

Interview: Deanna K. Klingel, Author of ‘Beth’s Birds’

Beth's Birds Cover for Blogs

"I spend a lot of 'head' time before I start writing a story. I listen to conversations, I play with their language." Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Earthflight – The Complete Series’


Earthflight is a totally unique perspective as it takes you soaring through the skies, getting a birds-eye view on the world below. Read More »

Book Review: The World’s Rarest Birds by Erik Hirschfeld, Andy Swish, and Robert Still


In our ever photographic world, where satellite technology can reproduce an image from anywhere on the planet, and cell phone cameras are as plentiful as pocket change, it is hard to imagine any mundane image not captured by the lens of a camera. In the huge and exhaustive new book The World’s Rarest Birds by Erik Hirschfeld, Andy Swash, and Robert Still ... Read More »

Book Review: Bird Sense: What It’s Like to Be a Bird by Tim Birkhead

The question of "how" birds migrate - that's one of many still up for grabs. Read More »

DVD Review: The Big Year

The Big Year follows Owen Wilson, Steve Martin, and Jack Black on a year-long contest to spot the most birds in North America. Read More »

Photographing Winter Waterfowl of Bellmore

There are days I’ve had to sit up whole days looking to photograph that elusive bird or that distinct behavior. Read More »

Book Review: Crow Country by Mark Cocker

This left me with a strong desire to learn more about my local corvids. Read More »

Mass Bird Deaths Now International Phenomenon

As yet scientists have no firm explanation for the massive numbers of dead birds falling over the United States and Sweden. Read More »

Music Review: Ronnie Wood – I Feel Like Playing

When Ronnie Wood really feels like playing, good things happen. Read More »