Article Highlights Backyard Bird Feeder Cameras and How Birds Respond to Climate Change
A New Jersey resident put a high-tech spotlight on the dozen bird (and mammal) species dining at his Atlantic Highlands bird feeder. He suspects some are returning early due to climate change. Rutgers postdoctoral researcher Mike Allen weighs in and explains why the Red-winged Blackbird (pictured) may be a species to watch.
It's on Again! 2020 Personal Bioblitz
And… on the 12th day of our Personal Bioblitz:
- 2,950 observations - 1,112 species
- Global! USA, Canada, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, France, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica so far
- Top species: Hairy cress (Cardamine hirsuta), now flowering on Rutgers campus
Going for a nature walk is among the safest you can do when it comes to avoiding crowded places. Report what you see by joining the Personal Bioblitz and by bringing your camera.
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