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The Common Swift Stays Aloft for 10 Months

New Nestboxes Helping the Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo

Around The World

Rainbow Lorikeets Benefit from Meat in Their Diet

Migratory Birds Rescued from Chinese Restaurants

Birds In Government

Pakistan Aims to Preserve Habitat for the Macqueen’s Bustard

Dr. Allen Armitage is back – talking about privet berries and how they attract Waxwings. Dr. Bird is in Germany giving a paper on drones and answers a question about the American Kestrel eating seafood. This week’s envirominute challenge is to try and reduce the number of plastic bags that get thrown away every day. In the news, The Common Swift can stay aloft for 10 months, Rainbow Lorikeets love a bit of meat in their diet, a new type of nestbox is helping the Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo, thousands of birds were rescued before being delivered to restaurants in China. The Kokako won the most votes for New Zealand’s Bird Of The Year and Pakistan is working on preserving habitat for the MacQueen’s Bustard

 

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