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Learn Bird Sounding - Common NYC Birds

This could help learn the sounds and names of common New York City birds I have a really time.



Cat adoptions underway in NYC after bird flu outbreak - amNY

“The goal was to give these cats a chance to recover and give them a chance for a new home,” said Rickey, who pointed out that workers had to don head-to-toe protective gear every time they entered rooms to handle the cats. Source: www.amny.com

Latest News

  • An Early Bird Gets Caught in the Snowstorm

    03/18/17 ,via New York Times

    The late-winter snowstorm, which likely caused masses of the bird to break, or in birding terms “fallout,” from their migration, seems to have grounded many in New York, at least temporarily. Some may have been planning to stay here already.

  • Cat adoptions underway in NYC after bird flu outbreak

    03/07/17 ,via amNY

    An emergency quarantine shelter for cats exposed to a strain of the H7N2 flu virus is expected to be closed soon, marking the end to an unusual feline health crisis in New York City. At its peak, the facility in Queens housed about 500 cats. About 400

  • Cat adoptions resumed by Animal Care Centers of NYC after bird flu outbreak

    02/23/17 ,via amNY

    Animal Care Centers of NYC has resumed cat intakes and adoptions at all shelters and in mobile adoption events across the five boroughs, the Health Department announced Wednesday. After a rare strain of avian flu was discovered in NYC's shelter cat 

  • STASI: Bo Dietl hopes to clean up NYC with showers for the homeless, vows to beat 'Big Bird' mayor in election

    03/18/17 ,via New York Daily News

    Bo Dietl wants clean up New York City — and he'll start by cleaning up the homeless. Literally. “I want to help the homeless — get them a shower,” the big hearted ex-cop said. That's what One Tough Cop/New York fixture/security expert Dietl told me

  • Bo Dietl, former NYPD detective, officially challenges de Blasio in 2017 mayoral race

    03/22/17 ,via New York Daily News

    Former NYPD detective Bo Dietl launched his independent bid on the steps of City Hall Tuesday, attacking Mayor de Blasio for everything from his fund-raising (“He's a corrupt person”) to his oversight of the homeless and the Administration for Children

Books

  • Birds of New York Field Guide

    2005. ISBN: 159193110X,9781591931102. 302 pages.

    This is it: New Yorkís ultimate bird-watching set! Use the remarkable field guide to identify 120 of your stateís bird species. Utilize the CDs, and learn to identify them by sound. It comes all together in one field-friendly package!

  • The Good Lord Bird

    Penguin. 2013. ISBN: 9781101616185,1101616180. 480 pages.

    Winner of the 2013 National Book Award for Fiction Soon to be a major motion picture starring Liev Schreiber and Jaden Smith A Washington Post, Publishers Weekly, Oprah Magazine Top 10 Book of the Year “A magnificent new novel by the best-selling author James McBride.” –cover review of The New York Times Book Review “Outrageously entertaining.” –USA Today “James McBride delivers another tour de force” –Essence “So imaginative, you’ll race to the finish.” –NPR.org “Wildly entertaining.”—4-star...

  • Court of Appeals State of New York: Edith Wiles Bird, Joseph J. Einhorn and Alice Einhorn, Plaintiffs-Respondents, Against Salt Hill Corporation and John R. Nelson, Defendants-Appellants.

  • The New York City Audubon Society Guide to Finding Birds in the Metropolitan Area

    Cornell University Press. 2001. ISBN: 0801485657,9780801485657. 230 pages.

    Provides up-to-date descriptions of forty important birding sites within the metropolitan area of the five boroughs of New York City, New Jersey, Long Island, and Westchester County, along with detailed maps, lists of birds that can be seen at each site, information on public transportation, suggestions for day trips, and other birding resources. Original.

  • Birds of New York City, Western Long Island & Northeastern New Jersey

    Renton, WA ; Edmonton : Lone Pine Pub.. 1998. ISBN: 1551051745,9781551051741. 160 pages.

    These attractive guides identify the birds most likely to be seen in your city's backyards, streets and parks. The books introduce the fascinating and popular pastime of birdwatching and include advice on building feeders and birdhouses. Color illustrations help you identify birds quickly while the text provides interesting information about each bird. These books are easy-to-use references for the urban birdwatcher.









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