Tag Archives: IUCN

You Share the Planet With #1: The Malay Peacock-pheasant


If you’re like most people – I mean literally most, as in >99% of the people who have ever lived – then this one you will file under TIL (today I learned). My Ornithology students are currently exploring the diversity … Continue reading

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Waterthrush Podcast #24: FOY Season


There’s a new episode of The Waterthrush Podcast available.  Check it out to learn about 4 big ideas to advance science, the biggest big year ever, and what this FOY stuff is all about.

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Birds Alive – the new Handbook of the Birds of the World Newsletter


Wow!  Rarely have I seen a single source with more fascinating content on the birds of the world than the new Birds Alive newsletter. In addition to the latest news on critically endangered birds, newly described species, and exciting new … Continue reading

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