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Looking for a weekend craft project? Here are 50 Free Bird House Plans: http://ow.ly/KPH5F
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Spring has sprung and many are starting out their gardens... are your gardens safe?
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Bald Eagle eggs HATCHED on video! http://ow.ly/KPFHY
After a cold and snowy winter, a pair of bald eagles at a Pennsylvania State Park have welcomed a new addition to their nest.
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Spring Greening: a gardening guide to helping birds during migration (likewise, avoid these if you don't like birds): http://ow.ly/KytE7
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The "Baby Albatross Cam" provides LIVE VIDEO of a baby Laysan Albatross: http://ow.ly/Kyvho
Brought to you by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
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Bold birds' dramatic mating dances get no privacy: http://ow.ly/KxDkc
Metro Parks naturalists will do their best to ensure that a species of bird will have no privacy during the mating season. From Friday evening to Sunday evening, four parks will hold programs centered on woodcocks — small, brown long-billed birds that spend most of their time well-camouflaged against the leaf litter of forest floors.
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Tips for bird house & feeder care as the weather warms: http://ow.ly/KPGTq
Spring brings back familiar sights. Green grass, fresh flowers and wildlife all return after a long winter.One familiar noise that returns for spring is the chirps and cheaps of birds.
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Bird flu found in Kansas wild bird populations: http://ow.ly/KPGyr
Wild bird populations in Kansas appear to be unaffected by an outbreak of avian influenza, although one wild goose suspected of having the disease has been tested for it, the state's wildlife disease official said Wednesday.
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A fun kid's activity: make easy bird feeders for Orioles! http://ow.ly/Kyuhy
This kid-friendly DIY will keep similarly hued visitors coming back for more.
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SPRING BEGINS TODAY!!
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Protected, nesting falcons slow cell phone signal in London: http://ow.ly/KyliJ
Vodafone warns mobile phone users in London to expect up to two months of slower networks because nesting peregrine falcons on masts cannot be moved
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Bird-X responds to the American Airlines bird strike at JFK: http://ow.ly/KxD2u
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Leading brand of humane pest and bird control products worldwide.
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After years of research and testing, we know that pest birds and other animals can be conditioned – using their most basic fears and survival instincts – to stay away from areas where a threat is perceived. Bird-X products not only prevent pest infestation, property damage, the spread of disease, and workplace liability – they also eliminate the need for chemical pesticides, poisons and dangerous traps.

We are also passionate about providing sustainable solutions.That’s why Bird-X has been leading the movement to develop, improve and offer ‘green’ repellent solutions for almost fifty years. We have proven that wildlife and pest populations can be controlled and kept in areas where they are safe from harm and where they are unable to cause harm.