Sunday, March 26, 2017
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Farmers are urged to watch for signs of sickness in their birds following the discovery of high pathogenicity avian influenza at a farm in Tennessee.

Although cavity-nesting songbirds don't begin nesting until late March or early April, there's no time like the present to build or buy a few nest boxes.

Technology upgrades to the FalconCam allow followers to watch the falcons in high definition, with more camera angle options and infrared nighttime viewing.

If you can't wait for the nesting season to begin, do the next best thing: fire up the computer, and watch from afar.

The Great Backyard Bird Count celebrates its 20th anniversary next weekend, Feb. 17-20.

A bird feeder is a window into the world of wild bird behavior. It can entertain and educate curious birdwatchers for hours.

Ground feeders are nice to have around because they clean up the seeds other birds kick to the ground.

Birds use a variety of tactics to fight the cold. Scott Shalaway explains the different survival techniques of birds.

The feeling and enjoyment that one gets from nature will last much longer than an article of clothing or a box of candy.

Seeing red-breasted nuthatches is always a treat as they are acrobatic birds that often climb head-first down tree trunks and spiral around branches.
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