“Ground Water” & Science Matters – YouTube Published on Oct 29, 2015 Michael Schiffer made a documentary about what it took to pass the 1980 Arizona Groundwater Management Act, a law considered one of the most important water laws in America. Arizona State University physicist Lawrence Krauss will explain the latest science news in his monthly appearance on Arizona Horizon.
Birds nesting in an underground parkade could have been locked in when the parkade was converted to a campus bike centre with doors on the end. The swallows quickly learned how to trigger the motion detectors to open the doors and go in and out whenever they want. Smart birds!
Another juvenile Lesser Yellowlegs. This time at the picturesque village of St Clement near Truro. Two individuals of this elegant North American wader now reside in Cornwall. This one and another still at Drift Reservoir. Quite a turn up for the county. Sorry about the bells!
Clive Hurford found this juvenile Baird’s Sandpiper at West Angle Beach on the morning of 20/8/12. Since then if has been enjoyed by many grateful birders who have made the trip to this rather remote, albeit stunning location, just to see it. Typically, many Nearctic waders are confiding and will allow careful approach by humans, and this bird is no different. Indeed on many occasions I found it to be approaching me. I spent about 3 hours watching this bird, during wide ranging weather conditions, yesterday. It fed very well and despite it’s almost cavalier attitude to the dangers presented [More]
Delaware’s first documented Ash-throated Flycatcher, found by Bruce Peterjohn & Ed Sigda at the Fresh Pond unit of Delaware Seashore State Park during the Rehoboth Christmas Bird Count, 29 Dec 2007. Video shot by Jeffrey A Gordon on 31 Dec 2007.
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Listen to the call of the canyon wren.