Birding News #6

:: Ruby-throated Hummingbirds are migrating weeks earlier in the decades past.

:: Ziplines are not good for migrating and nesting birds in the Creve Coeur Park in Maryland Heights, Missouri.

:: The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has created a website just for the Birds of Paradise project.

:: Columbia University neuroscientist Sarah Woolley is studying the parallels between the brains of humans and songbirds and how they use language or song, in the hope that this research will one day help with information about developmental diseases.

:: Ravens and crows do not appreciate unfairness.

Great posts in birding blogs this week:

From Dan Arndt, beat writer, at Bird Canada: The Great Horned Owls of Sikome Lake

From the ABA blog: An Interview with 2013 ABA bird of the year artist, Andrew Guttenberg

From The Birdist: An Interview with Photographer Todd Forsgren

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