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Wind Turbines Cause Dark Nights for Bats

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The big knock on wind turbines has been that they’re dangerous to birds. But researchers have found that they actually kill more bats, and the reason why has been a mystery–until now.

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African lark soon to be extinct

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The Sidamo lark could soon be the first bird on mainland Africa to die out since modern records began.

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Climate link to mockingbird songs

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Unpredictable weather seems to stimulate chatter among birds - as well as humans - according to researchers.

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Hot secret behind toucan's bill

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For centuries, scientists have puzzled over why the toucan's bill is so remarkably large - but now one team thinks it might have an answer.

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Eagle-eyed Everett photographer captures nature in action

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 Published: Thursday, July 23, 2009

Eagle-eyed Everett photographer captures nature in action

EVERETT — Kent Hricziscse was relaxing on his deck on a hot sunny day last week when the attack began.

A bald eagle dove out of the sky, talons aimed at a family of ducks swimming on Silver Lake. The eagle missed, but wheeled around and tried again.

Hricziscse gasped, and ran for his camera. While Hricziscse clicked away, the duck family he had spent days observing from his lakeside house came under siege.

See the photo and read the rest of the story here:

www.heraldnet.com/article/20090723/NEWS01/707239925/0/NEWS

 

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