Monthly Archives: January 2011
Free-ranging peacocks are established in several communities in the United States, including including Arcadia and Palos Verdes, California, the foothills of the Toquima mountains in central Nevada, parts of Florida including Coconut Grove and Longboat Key, and on Oahu, Hawaii. … Continue reading
Holland in June. The Dutch Urban Bird Conference (Stadsvogelconferentie). That’s where you should be if you are interested in the best urban bird conservation projects in Europe.
I am currently teaching an Urban Ecology course at Rosemont College in Philadelphia. One of the texts I selected for my students is Douglas Tallamy’s Bringing Nature Home (Timber Press, 2007). I really enjoyed this book, and so did my … Continue reading
January is the World Parrot Count. So what do you use to identify the wild exotic parrots flying around your city? One place to turn might be the new Parrots of the World field guide by Joseph M. Forshaw (Princeton, … Continue reading