Category: Bird Conservation

  • Are Macaws Endangered? YES! Some Macaw Species

    Are Macaws Endangered? Conservation Status of All 18 Macaws

    Meet the macaws – those amazingly colorful birds that bring life to our planet’s forests. With their bright feathers and friendly nature, they’re not just birds; they’re like living rainbows. But here’s the big question: Are these wonderful birds in danger? Macaws aren’t just cool pets; they play a super important role in the jungles…

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  • How temperature fluctuation (linked with El Niño) affects birds

    How Temperature Fluctuation (linked with El Niño) Affects Birds

    Welcome, all bird enthusiasts and curious minds, to an exploration of the relationship between temperature fluctuations associated with El Niño and the world of birds. As an ornithologist with many years of experience in the field, I am thrilled to shed light on the profound significance of understanding this dynamic interplay. What is El Niño?…

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  • How does habitat fragmentation affect Birds

    How Does Habitat Fragmentation Affect Birds? Explained!

    Does habitat fragmentation negatively affect all birds? NO! But, it does to many and influences the ecological balance. Here is the full story of how birds are doing in a fragmented world. Firstly, I need to mention that this is a somewhat technical topic to discuss. But I hope you will enjoy reading it since…

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  • eBird Full Data Map

    Birding Smart With eBird Mobile APP

    In this digital age, most of us are linked with information technology, smartphones, and related applications to exchange knowledge and information. The use of notebooks and pens get faded away rapidly due to digital gadgets manufactured to simplify our activities more smoothly. The writing culture dominated before the mid-20th century, now being neglected or very…

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    How to Do Bird Watching as a Citizen Science Project

    Mostly, people are doing bird watching as a hobby. But you can go one step further and become a citizen scientist with your bird observations. So, here, I am going to show you how you can do that. When do birding, you develop your own methods to find birds. And, you have your own knowledge…

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