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Taita Thrush Still on Decline, Despite Conservation Efforts

The population of Taita Thrush, Turdus helleri (T. helleri), continues to be at a decline despite various desperate measures taken by various organizations and government authorities

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The Benefits and Costs of Bird Activity in Agroecosystems

Contrary to popular perception by farmers that birds are a pain in the neck and detrimental to crop production, a recent research reveals that their presence

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Solo Family Members: Lonely Birds

Looks can be deceiving. It’s easy to group birds under one group because they resemble each other at a glance and call it a day.

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Hats off to World Champion Flyers

You have certainly come across the gallant stories of Amelia Earhart. She flew across the Atlantic and Pacific solo in the 30s; a tremendous success at

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The Birding Mecca That is Kenya

Wondering why Kenya needs to be on your birding destinations wish-list? Sure, it is an undeniably beautiful country highlighted by breathtaking sceneries and welcoming locals. But

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