Birds

Local News
5:35 pm
Tue December 16, 2014

Bye Bye Birdie? Climate Change And The Natural World

Birds are caught in mist nets. Normally they are banded and released within minutes of being captured.
Credit Rita Daniels

The National Audubon Society was recently awarded Popular Mechanics’ Breakthrough Award for its comprehensive report linking climate change to a drastic reduction in future bird populations. Biologists and birders in New Mexico are already seeing major changes.

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The Children's Hour
11:53 am
Wed March 26, 2014

Birding With Kids & The Cowbird Mafia

Young birder looking through a scope
Credit http://billofthebirds.blogspot.com/2013/07/a-spring-of-young-birders-field-trips.html

  Sat. 3/29, 9am:  Looking for birds is easy when you know the basics of birding. We'll also cover the cowbird mafia, taking over nests nationwide. Birds of a feather, let's flock together on Saturday morning. 

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Fronteras
4:24 pm
Mon November 28, 2011

Drought Drives Migrating Birds to New Mexico

Photo via www.flickr.com by ellenm1

Flocks of geese, cranes and ducks aren't likely to find a warm welcome in the drought stricken sanctuaries of Texas. As Monica Ortiz Uribe reports for the Fronteras Changing America Desk, that may be good news for bird watchers in New Mexico.