Category: Birds

Trump’s Administration Increases risks of Poisoning Bald Eagle.

  In January, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced a new policy to phase out the use of lead ammo and fishing tackle on more than 150 million acres of national wildlife refuges and other agency lands and waterways. Lead is a deadly toxin—one we’ve known about for ages—and it’s killing eagles around the […]

Friday March 24th, 2017 in Birds, Captain Eagle, Eagles | Comments Off on Trump’s Administration Increases risks of Poisoning Bald Eagle.

Obama’s regulation on wind turbines will kill up to 4200 bald eagles per company.

Bald and golden eagles may be legally killed or injured in the thousands by high-speed turbines (reaching speeds up to 170 miles per hour), under new regulations released Wednesday by the Obama administration. The rules, which affect individual wind-energy companies that plan to operate the technology for up to 30 years, allows up to 4,200 […]

Monday December 26th, 2016 in Articles, Birds, Captain Eagle, Eagles, News, Wind Power Technology | Comments Off on Obama’s regulation on wind turbines will kill up to 4200 bald eagles per company.

Birdstagram of Macomb resident’s

Lisa a Michigan’s resident takes super close photos of the birds while they are drinking and hanging out at the bird bath. Check out some of Lisa’s pictures:

Wednesday December 21st, 2016 in Birds, Michigan, Video | Comments Off on Birdstagram of Macomb resident’s

A Lonely Penguin Journeys Cross-Country For Love

Up until age 13, Don was best friends with her little sister Dewey. Born just a year apart, the two were extremely close and did everything together. They kept each other well-groomed, accompanied each other for meals, and loved to lounge side by side. Then Dewey got a boyfriend, and everything changed. Read More about […]

Friday November 11th, 2016 in Articles, Birds, News, Research | Comments Off on A Lonely Penguin Journeys Cross-Country For Love

What Would Happen If We Brought Birds Back From The Dead?

Extinction is deeper than death—it’s an irreversible biological loss that extends well beyond individuals. At least, that’s what we’ve always understood it to be. Now, some researchers are betting that, in certain cases, extinction might be able to be undone. The emerging field of de-extinction seeks to revive lost species using advances in synthetic biology, including cloning. […]

Wednesday November 9th, 2016 in Articles, Birds, Research | Comments Off on What Would Happen If We Brought Birds Back From The Dead?

Bald Eagle Attacking an Osprey Nest

The attack came yesterday at dusk. With both Osprey parents away from their nest of three chicks, the Bald Eagle sweeps in from over the water. One of the Osprey parents suddenly enters the frame in tow and ready to defend the nest, but it can’t match the speed and power of the eagle, which manages to snag one of […]

Thursday November 3rd, 2016 in Birds, Captain Eagle, Eagles, News, Raptors, Video | Comments Off on Bald Eagle Attacking an Osprey Nest

Northern Spotted Owls Bullied

The sight of a monogamous nesting pair of Northern Spotted Owls is a sign of a healthy forest. The highly territorial birds rarely leave the protective cover of dense northwestern forests and their nests in dead standing trees. Today, however, many are vagabonds, soaring aimlessly without nests or homes. Read More…

Tuesday November 1st, 2016 in Alps Owls, Birds, Dr. Hoots, Owls, Research | Comments Off on Northern Spotted Owls Bullied

Bald Eagle Stuck in a Moving Car’s Grille

In life, sometimes you’re the grille, and sometimes you’re the Bald Eagle. Alright, so that’s not exactly how the saying goes, but it turned out to be true for an unlucky Bald Eagle in Florida this past weekend. According to a Facebook post by Florida’s Clay County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday, a Bald Eagle had to be rescued from the grille of a Saturn after the bird collided with the […]

Friday October 28th, 2016 in Birds, Captain Eagle, Eagles, Florida, News | Comments Off on Bald Eagle Stuck in a Moving Car’s Grille