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Natural Inquirer Bird Articles
Birds are everywhere, from urban areas to wilderness areas and from deserts to rainforests. Birds are important parts of all ecosystems and important symbol in many cultures. Below are all Natural Inquirer articles about birds.
Invasion of the Song Snatcher: Scientists determine how invasive plants affect the songs of birds. You can find this article in the Citizen Science Natural Inquirer.
The Golden Egg: Using adaptive management to regulate hiking near golden eagle nests in Denali National Park. You can find this article in the Scientific Models in Adaptive Management Natural Inquirer.
Tying the Knot: How do horseshoe crab and red knot populations affect each other? This article can be found in the Scientific Models in Adaptive Management Natural Inquirer.
That's a Humdinger: Black-chinned hummingbird nesting response to forest treatments. This article can be found in the Animals and Ecosystems of the Southwestern United States Investi-gator.
Wild Ways: Assessing how climate change may affect certain wildlife. 30 species were assessed, 8 of which were birds. This article can be found in the Animals and Ecosystems of the Southwestern United States Investi-gator.
Treasure Islands: Hawaiian Kipuka and the future of native Hawaiian birds. This article can be found in the Hawaiian Pacific Islands Natural Inquirer.
Pecking Order: What types of post-fire snag areas do the black-backed woodpeckers of the Sierra Nevada in Cailfornia prefer? This article is found in the Wildland Fire 2 Natural Inquirer.
The Great Horned Owl: Is the oxbow a good habitat for the great horned owl? This article is found in the Studen Scientist Natural Inquirer.
Fight Fire with Fire: Using prescribed fire to protect the homes of people and the California gnatcatcher's habitat. This article is found in the Wildland Fire Natural Inquirer.
Who Gives a Hoot: Determining the value the public places in protecting old growth forests and the northern spotted owl in California from wildfire. This article is found in the Wildland Fire Natural Inquirer.
Please Join us for Dinner: What type of food do resident birds and migratory birds eat in tropical pine forests? This article is found in the Tropical Natural Inquirer.
Goldifinch and the Three Scales: Investigating songbird habitats near the lower snake river in Idaho. Comparing native vs non-native birds and their habitat preferences. This article is found in the Olympic Winter Games Natural Inquirer.
Turn That Radio Down: Tracking the busy life of flammulated owl dads. From foraging for food and singing at night to establish territory to roosting during the day. This article is found in the Olympic Winter Games Natural Inquirer.
Wood Roaches for Dinner Again? The baby red-cockaded woodpecker's diet. This article is found in the Fall - 98 Edition Natural Inquirer.