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CategorySouth America, Bird song & calls, Omens/ augury/ harbingers/ messengers, Names, Local taxonomy not exact match w/ scientific term, Ancestors/ death
SummaryAvisa si habrá un muerte y/o una víbora
CategorySouth America, What the bird eats, Behavioural observations, Personhood, Names, Commensals/ pets
CommunityPeople + Birds Around the World, Cahow Community
CategoryOceania, Eggs & nests, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Success stories, Stewardship, Lessons learned, Crucial habitat threats/ needs, Stories, Proper conduct, Personal narratives, Oral histories, Historical
SummaryAs a schoolboy on Bermuda in 1951 David Wingate was invited on an ornithological expedition. In these recordings he describes how they rediscovered the Cahow, or Bermuda Petrel, previously thought extinct for 300 years.
CategoryOther (use keywords), Bird song & calls, Behavioural observations, Visual/ material/ movement arts, Teachings
SummaryFollow this link to broaden your understanding of birds with online courses, videos and articles.