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Number of winged visitors on the decline in Okhla

Comment · print · T T T+· T- (Clock-wise) Streaked weaver, common teal, northern pintail, and bar-headed goose and graylag geese spotted at the Okhla Bird Sanctuary in Delhi. The Okhla Bird Sanctuary has recorded a decline in the bird ... The Hindu, 1 week ago

Memoirs of the wave island

Photo: Sayam U Chowdhury Dhaka was surprisingly fogless as I headed southward towards the sea at dawn that late December. It was the last mode of transport for the day to get to Hatia Island when I reached the 'ghat'. The destination, Domar ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
Peterborough Examiner

The Christmas bird count: Naturalists and bird watchers head out to catalog the winged wonders that call Peterborough and the Kawarthas home

Counting birds during the Christmas period has been a tradition of naturalists and bird watchers across the continent since 1900. This year almost 2,000 Christmas Birds will be held. Each count now follows a standardized procedure so the results are ...
 Peterborough Examiner1 day ago

Conversation: Guixé and Henderson

Marti Guixé I call myself an ex-designer. And I understand that you are an ex-architect. Fergus Henderson Yes, that's right. MG Why did you decide to go into the food business? FH Well, it was fate more than anything. I was training at the ...
 IconEye.com3 days ago
New Yorker

Collected Poems

Credit Photograph by Thomas Hoepker/Magnum An inscription on a sidewalk in Battery Park City reads, A hundred times I have thought: New York is a catastrophe, and fifty times: New York is a beautiful catastrophe. The inscription functions like a ...
 New Yorker1 week ago

Uninhabited Québec

I peer out of the lighthouse window, watching the wide, murky Saint Lawrence River easing past on its journey to the Atlantic Ocean. Thousands of sea birds squawk and shriek on the rocks below. I think about the men who spent years cooped up ...
 National Geographic1 week ago
Outlook Traveller

Trying the Malay cuisine in Cape Town

Now if were talking names, Cape Town's Malay cuisine wins hands down: what can top the bobotie, the bredie or the sosatie? Not to mention koeksister, sweet sibling not of cook or coke, but of cake. But if were talking pomp and pageantry, it's got to ...
 Outlook Traveller3 weeks ago

Palmer under investigation by WA Police

Billionaire Clive Palmer says there is no truth to allegations he fraudulently siphoned $12 million in Chinese funds to bankroll his party into the 2013 federal election. West Australian Police Deputy Commissioner Stephen Brown confirmed on Monday ...
 Yahoo! Xtra Business3 weeks ago
Packet & Times

Not a bad show at the bird feeder

Winter does not officially begin until the winter solstice at 6:03 p.m. EST on Dec. 21, a whole month away but the weather outside looks like winter. Frost covered the windows on Oct. 22, 27, and 30 and then snow covered the ground on Oct. 31. We ...
 Packet & Times4 weeks ago

Sonic Nets: a safe, humane way to shoo hungry birds

Scarecrows have never worked, and history shows that advancements in technology haven't worked much better when it comes to shooing birds away from ripening crops. You set out propane cannons, they'll habituate. You broadcast predator calls, ...
 College of William and Mary4 weeks ago Sonic nets viewed as a safe, humane way to shoo hungry birds  PhysOrg.com4 weeks ago
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