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Ferruginous Hawk in Vermont?

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John certainly seems to know his birds and he describes a Ferruginous Hawk well but seeing one in Vermont would be beyond absolutely amazing and buteos are known to have a variety of plumages. An interesting report from John Thaxton of Adirondack Dispatches. The comment thread is interesting as well. Maybe this bird escaped?

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In memory of Steven M. Wise

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Wise taught Animal Rights Law at Harvard Law School, Vermont Law School, John Marshall Law School, and Lewis & Clark Law School. In his book Rattling the Cage , Wise persuasively argued that justice entitles chimpanzees and bonobos to legal personhood and to the fundamental legal rights of bodily integrity and bodily liberty.

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Birds Taking Over TV Screens

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To wit: A lingering Snowy Owl plopped down right outside a television news station in Vermont. After watching the three-eyed ravens on Game of Thrones , it seems some other members of the bird kingdom want a piece of the small-screen action. The BBC’s Winged Planet and Earthflight programs are now available on DVD.

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Regarding Snow Leopards

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Snow Geese at Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area

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Vermont’s Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area was the first place I saw huge numbers of Snow Geese so I was pleased to stumble across this post on VTDigger and see that the birds are still showing up there. If you live in northern New York or Vermont it is well worth a visit!

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10,000 Birds goes eBirding – Part II

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However, most states still have less than 100 species, including: Missouri (98, unchanged); Wyoming (97, unchanged); Georgia (94, up from 54); Nevada (93, up from 53); Delaware (88, up from 83); Maine (82, up from 76); South Carolina (82, up from 49); Louisiana (81, up from 73); Alaska (79, up from 34); Maryland (62, unchanged); Illinois (50, up from (..)

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Signs of Spring Migration in Costa Rica

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Not long after, they will be flying to breeding grounds in West Virginia, Quebec, and Vermont to become birds of summer. These and other birds are on their way north, soon, there will be thousands passing through Costa Rica. The post Signs of Spring Migration in Costa Rica appeared first on 10,000 Birds.