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Articles tagged with Birds (37)


Solar art

Canadian artist to create bird-friendly solar panels for buildings

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2014
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3761
Hummingbird diversification

The beautiful bird continues to diversify and adapt to different ecological niches

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2014
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3763

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Domestic cats to blame for bird deaths

Cats are responsible for about 196 million birds death every year

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2013
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3642
Raven deaths remain a mystery

Dozens of paralyzed ravens and crows were recently found in British Columbia — all have since died

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2013
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3564
Rossís Goose could be deemed overabundant

Ross’s geese are causing ecological damage in the Arctic after a dramatic population increase

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2013
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3568
Common loon faces uncertain future

A new study suggests loon populations could soon decline

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2013
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3569
Crowdsourcing bird science

Canada’s birdwatchers are making big contributions to science research and conservation

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2013
Department: Online exclusive
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Article ID#: 3570
Seabird Salvation

Islands off of Vancouver Island with the most diverse seabird colony on the West Coast may soon become a marine national wildlife area

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2013
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3495
Rare birds

Spread your wings with birdwatching’s elite guard in south Texas

Canadian Geographic Travel Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic Travel, November 2012
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 3393
Wishing for a swift recovery

How birders can help save Ontario’s chimney swifts

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2011
Department: Wildlife stories of the year
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Article ID#: 2865
Conserving the red knot

Quebec’s Mingan archipelago is a pivotal migratory refuelling station for this highly endangered shorebird and a natural laboratory for the scientists trying to save it

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, April 2011
Department: Feature stories
Contributors: ,

Article ID#: 435
Black magic raven

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2009
Department: Mosaic
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Article ID#: 142
Birds on a wire

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, July/August 2009
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 243
Go to the birds

Canadian Geographic Travel Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic Travel, September 2008
Department: Gateway
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Article ID#: 1369
Backyard baby boom

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, April 2008
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 423
Blushing Orioles

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2007
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 497
Winged wonders

If you’re an avian admirer, consider flocking to one of Ontario’s many birding hot spots this winter

Canadian Geographic Travel Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic Travel, November 2007
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 1419
Pelee playground

Southern Ontario's Pelee Island is an oasis for birders and wine tasters

Canadian Geographic Travel Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic Travel, May 2007
Department: Feature stories

Article ID#: 1443
Plundering the plover

Madelinots rally to protect a rare shorebird after vandals ravage nests

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2006
Department: Wildlife stories of the year
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Article ID#: 633
Cormorant comeback

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2006
Department: Wildlife stories of the year

Article ID#: 639
Where the birds are

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, September/October 2006
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 677
Dance of the dunlins

Eleven seasons of patient observation reveal how shorebirds choreograph their flights with the tides to evade the clutches of killer falcons

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, March/April 2006
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 748
Seabirds in the wake

Bilge oil illegally dumped on the Grand Banks kills about 300,000 birds annually. That’s like an Exxon Valdez every year.

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, September/October 2005
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 830
Sage strutters

Is a great grouse heading for extinction?

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, July/August 2005
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 853

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