Mon.Dec 04, 2023

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New drug calms cats during transportation, veterinary visits

AVMA News

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this November approved Bonqat, a nerve pain medication for cats to alleviate acute anxiety and fear associated with transportation and veterinary visits.

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May I ask, what animal does this eye belong to?

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​ I've seen this picture multiple times on social media, and in my impression, there's no animal whose eyes look like this, no pupil, veins on the surface. I can't find the original source or some more information. So, is it possible for an animal's eyes to look like this? Or could it be caused by a disease? Thanks a lot.

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Birding Shanghai in November 2023 (contractual obligation post)

10,000 Birds

This November, I went birding in Shanghai exactly once – the result of both some unpleasant changes in the accessibility of some good birding sites and some traveling that took me away from Shanghai for half of the month. Still, I saw a few thrushes – among them one of my favorites, the Japanese Thrush. The explanation for the scientific name of cardis provided in the HBW sounds a bit spurious to me but is presumably correct: “perhaps from the resemblance of the black markings

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Goodest of bois

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I cri submitted by /u/Mokyurin [link] [comments]

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Webinar & PDF Test

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Our Favorite Bird Books of 2023

10,000 Birds

What a bountiful year it’s been for birding books! We’ve gotten them all—field guides to foreign countries; memoirs and big year books; narratives about ornithological research, then and now; identification guides on terns and flycatchers; birding guides to birdy areas of northern North America (Ontario and Minnesota); books about owls and penguins; and more.