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LEEDS BS

LEEDS BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY MEETING DATES FOR 2020    Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at:  Troydale Recreational Club  Troydale Grove  Pudsey West Yorkshire  LS28 9LA  Meetings start at 8.00pm prompt...

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WARWICKSHIRE BS

Only 7 members attended the 1st meeting of the Warwickshire BS. Some members were unable to attend due to work.  The seven who made the effort had a pleasant discussion on a variety of topics. If you know Bruce Greenway his...

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Sussex Budgerigar Society

SUSSEX BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY MEETING DATES FOR 2020   Meetings held 4th Tuesday of the Month   Venue :  Lancing Parish Hall, South Street, Lancing, BN15 8AJ     February 25th           No Meeting                     ...

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    • Here Come the Barred Owls February 26, 2021
      The emphatic hoots of a pair of Barred Owls resonate in the still of a winter's night. Like many owls, Barred Owls initiate their vocal courtship in winter. And they're among the most vocal. These owls have more than a dozen calls, ranging from a "siren call" to a "wail" to a wonderfully
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    • Nest Boxes Help Bring Birds Back February 25, 2021
      Wherever you live, chances are a sweet-singing, cavity-nesting bird would be happy to perform in your yard — and it might stick around if you offer it a cozy nest box, like the one this Carolina Wren enjoys. Natural cavities, like old woodpecker holes, are often in short supply. So putting up a box
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    • Sanderlings February 24, 2021
      Here and there along winter shorelines, little flocks of pale, silvery shorebirds probe at the water's edge, keeping pace with each wave's ebb and flow. These are Sanderlings, small sandpipers that stay through the winter. Rachel Carson, in Under the Sea Wind, described Sanderlings as running "with
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    • Kelp in the Eagles’ Nest February 23, 2021
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    • Long-eared Owl - You Don't See Me! February 22, 2021
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    • Column: Rediscovery Of The Bermuda Cahow January 28, 2021
      [Opinion column written by Glenn Fubler] The January 28, 1951 rediscovery of the Cahow – a sea bird which once flourished in Bermuda, but was thought to be extinct for 300 years – was a watershed event. That revelation had both local and global implications as it was symbolic of the type of rebirth being […]
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