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German town orders cats to be kept indoors to save rare birds
Walldorf has ordered pet owners to keep their cats indoors during the crested lark's breeding season.
Sudan sanctuary offers haven for exotic birds
Nestled to the east of Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, a lush sanctuary is home to dozens of exotic birds from far and wide.
Birds are falling from the sky as severe heatwave scorches India
Health officials in Gujarat have asked animal hospitals to set up special wards for heat stroke.
Seagull 'ziplined' to safety after getting hooked on a wire
A gull caught upside-down on a utility wire was rescued by a creative fire crew in Sunderland, England.
Turkey: flamingos bring colours to the Lake Eber
Lake Eber, one of Afyonkarahisar's (Turkey) most important natural wealth, was recently coloured by flamingos, whose numbers have recently increased.
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Seagulls have been targeting tourists in the lagoon city for years, but now some hoteliers think they have the answer.
Why are rare eagles falling from the sky in the US?
Hunters are killing American eagles - but not in the way you would think.
Venezuelans participate in bird count in Caracas
Venezuelans gathered on Sunday at a park in Caracas to record bird observations as part of an ongoing effort by the conservation group Venezuela Audubon Society.
Birdhearing: The Colombian wildlife tour for the visually impaired
With over 1,900 registered species, Colombia has the greatest diversity of birds in the world. The South American nation is now making this wildlife accessible to all through inclusive birding tours aimed at the visually impaired.
Why did this huge flock of blackbirds suddenly drop dead in Mexico?
The moment hundreds of yellow-headed blackbirds drop dead in a Mexican street has been captured on security camera footage
These crows are putting humans to shame by picking up cigarette butts
Intelligent birds are helping to clean up one of the most abundant forms of plastic pollution on the planet.
Visit Rome in winter for a chance to see this stunning natural wonder
Romans are using artificial bird calls to put an end to this beautiful starling murmuration above the Eternal City.
Scientists are using poo to save these adorable, pocket-sized owls
Scientists in California are helping burrowing owls to find new homes as their grassland habitats disappear.
Bolivia releases condor into Andean region
Specialists from the Bolivian Ministry of Environment released a condor back into the the wild in the Andean region of the country on Monday
France to cull 2.5 million animals after outbreaks of bird flu
An additional one million ducks, chickens, and turkeys will have to be killed within the next three weeks.
Wild birds in England can now be killed to protect game for shooting
There has long been debate over when birds like pheasants are considered livestock.
Czech Republic and Slovenia report bird flu outbreaks
The Agrarian Chamber of the Czech Republic estimates the damage at CZK 20 million (€802,005).
At least 5,200 cranes killed by bird flu in Israel
In addition to the 5,200 dead, another 10,000 are believed to be infected, according to Ohad Hatsofe, a specialist at the Israel Nature and Parks Authority.
Why are hundreds of dead puffins washing up on Scottish shores?
Scientists say the 'puffin wreck' is one of the biggest in 50 years.
An album of birds squawking has beaten Mariah Carey this Christmas
The tweets of 53 species facing the risk of extinction were recorded over nearly four decades.
A new ‘bird’ robot from Stanford engineers takes to the skies
Taking cues from the animal kingdom, the team from Stanford University developed a robot with bird-like claws that can catch objects and balance itself on any surface.
Zoo pelicans moved to heated enclosure ahead of winter
For most wild birds, seasonal change rhymes with migration to warmer regions of the world. But for their captive counterparts in Czech Republic, it's time to move from an open air pond to a heated enclosure.
France raises bird flu alert level as cases reported in Europe
A case of bird flu has been detected in the Ardennes, while Belgium and Luxembourg have also reported infections.
Are eiderdown feathers the best form of feather recycling?
A thousand-year-old harvest on Iceland is used to gather the feather and make some of the world's best duvets and quilts.
Why dozens of baby birds jumped to their deaths in US heatwave
Over one hundred baby birds escaped their nests to save themselves during the US heatwave.
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New falcon training device 'BerghWing' aims to revolutionise sport
The 'BerghWing' is the brainchild of a Dubai-based falconer, who trains some of the world's most elite birds.