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  1. Bird Health Care Guide (Hot Spot for Birds - Sherwood)
      "Signs of good health in a bird include bright eyes, clean shiny feathers, good appetite and lots of energy. Healthy birds eat often and are active. To help insure a healthy pet, obtain your bird from a reputable bird store or breeder." 10-09

  2. Birds (UCMP)
      Provides a study of the evolution of birds.

  3. Avian and Animal Veterinarians (Birds n Ways)
      Provides information to locate or gain referrals for bird vets or animal veterinarians. Also provides tips on the care of pets.

  4. Birds (Enchanted Learning)
      Provides descriptions, drawings, and a search engine that checks spelling. 8-99

  5. Endangered or Threatened Birds (Texas Parks and Wildlife)
      Provides short descriptions and photos of the birds. 2-00

  6. Birds (Awesome Library)

  7. Birds - Selection (
      Provides suggestions on selecting a bird as a pet. 8-00

  8. Birds - Selection ( star
      Provides suggestions on selecting a bird as a pet. Includes the more popular birds that make good pets, such as the Yellow-Winged Green Budgerigars, Spangled Cobalt Budgerigars, Gold-Breasted Waxbills, Orange-Cheeked Waxbills, Pekin Nightingales, Chattering Lorys, Cutthroat Finches, Zebra Finches, Conures, Canaries, Cardinals, Cordon Bleus, Small Parrots, Cockatiels, Parakeets, Lovebirds, Large Parrots, Rose-Breasted Cockatoos, African Grey Parrots, Palm Cockatoos, Amazons, Macaws, Toucans, Emerald Toucanets, Rainbow-Billed Toucans, Mynahs, Talking Mynahs, and Bank Mynahs. 8-00

  9. Story - The Boy Who Knew What the Birds Said (The Baldwin Project)
      Provides short stories. 8-05

  10. -01-12-06 Were Human Ancestors Hunted by Birds? (MSNBC News)
      "An American researcher believes he has solved the mystery of how one of the most important human ancestors died nearly 2 million years ago: An eagle killed the 3˝-year-old ape-man known as the Taung child."

      "The discovery suggests that small human ancestors known as hominids had to survive being hunted not only by large predators on the ground but by fearsome raptors that swooped from the sky, said Lee Berger, a senior paleoanthropologist at Johannesburg’s University of the Witwatersrand." 01-06

  11. -11-14-06 Tragedy: Birds Collide into Urban Glass Towers (ABC News)
      "Between 100 million and one billion birds are killed every year in the United States when they crash into glass windows. And even one billion deaths might be a conservative estimate, says ornithologist Daniel Klem Jr. of Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa." 11-06

  12. -06-14-07 Study: Birds Are Declining (Christian Science Monitor)
      "New data show the populations of some of America's well-known birds in a tailspin, thanks to the one-two punch of habitat fragmentation and, increasingly, global warming." 06-07

  13. Care for Pet Birds (
      Provides information by type of bird. 09-07

  14. Birds by Name (
      Provides resources on birds by name. 01-09

  15. Birds of Prey (
      Provides resources on birds of prey by name. 01-09

  16. Study: Birds Fly Over 7,000 Miles, Nonstop (New York Times)
      "In 1976, the biologist Robert E. Gill Jr. came to the southern coast of Alaska to survey the birds preparing for their migrations for the winter. One species in particular, wading birds called bar-tailed godwits, puzzled him deeply. They were too fat."

      "Just as he had suspected, the bar-tailed godwits headed out over the open ocean and flew south through the Pacific. They did not stop at islands along the way. Instead, they traveled up to 7,100 miles in nine days — the longest nonstop flight ever recorded. 'I was speechless,' Mr. Gill said." 05-10

  17. Birds, Pet

  18. Bird Health Care Guide
      Provides articles. 10-09

  19. Condors - California (American Zoo and Aquarium Association)
      Provides a short description of the California condor.

  20. Falcons - Peregrine (Texas Parks and Wildlife)
      Provides a short description and photograph of the peregrine falcon.

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