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Before Ornithology Twitter comes for me, this is what a Blue Jay actually sounds like:

Not So Angry Birds: The Ornithology-Inspired Board Game 'Wingspan'

I just published "The Parakeeting Of London: An Adventure In Gonzo Ornithology by Nick Hunt — Review | @GrrlScientist " on @Medium , which added it to their #books  index #BookReview  #birds  #ornithology  #pets  #parrots  friendlink

British poet, artist and illustrator, Edward Lear was famous for his literary nonsense. But you might not know that he also painted and studied zoology and ornithology, such as these comic birds during his visit to Italy in 1880. Discover more here:

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This Friday, 4/10 at 1:30 pm ET, join Museum ornithologist @pablo_dulce  & the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's @BirdCams  experts for a YouTube watch party of some backyard birds! >> How many birds will you spot? 🐦 #MuseumFromHome  #Homeschooling2020 

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Lucy Hunter Baird didn’t shy away from her father’s legacy, she embraced it. As the only child of Smithsonian Secretary Spencer F. Baird, Lucy Baird developed a passion for her father’s discipline of ornithology. ➡️ (📷:MAH-10718) #BecauseOfHerStory 

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Within the field of ornithology, it is becoming difficult not to see echoes of climate change across the spectrum of research.

Teacher's vision for ornithology class helped Tulsa Eagle Days grow with raptor populations since 2010:

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Meet the “Feather Lady," Roxie Collie Laybourne. She created forensic ornithology—CSI for birds—which has made air travel safer for us. #NationalBirdDay 

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#Cats kill more than ONE MILLION #BIRDS  EVERY DAY across #Australia  time to hunt cats #conservation  #ornithology 

My brother, keeping me abreast of all things football and ornithology related

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The wonder women of ornithology All too often the world of birds is associated mainly with men. remembers some brilliant but overlooked women who advanced our knowledge of birds: ? Al Fenn / Getty / WWT / Wikimedia

1992, not 70s MT @History_Pics : Ornithology, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Museum Back Room, 1970s.

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