Woodpiecer on May 22, 2024 at 12:09 AM wrote on American Robin Fun Facts: Learn About Its Habits and Habitat:
Hi, Birdorable. Can you please add a young American Robin to the 'Meet the Birds' page? Just now, you added a female American Robin to the 'Meet the Birds' page.
Woodpiecer on May 21, 2024 at 2:41 AM wrote on From Twigs to Towers: Extreme Examples of Complex Structures of Bird Nests:
Salsa Sabrina, this is not Birdorable Bonanza 2024. This is Infrastructure Week 2024. Thank you for the suggestions!
Salsa Sabrina on May 19, 2024 at 5:14 AM wrote on From Twigs to Towers: Extreme Examples of Complex Structures of Bird Nests:
Hello Birdorable, Next this year got 46 new birds in Birdorable Bonanza 2024 Coming Soon also listed birds are missing such as (National Bird) (Turquoise-Browed Motmot, Clay-Colored Thrush, Cuban Trogon, Palmchat, Venezuela Troupial, Rufous-Bellied Thrush, Bare-Throated Bellbird, Southern Lapwing, Rufous Hornero), Yellow-Crowned Night Heron, American Bittern, Lazuli Bunting, Lark Bunting, Brown Thrasher, Varied Thrush, House Finch, Black-Headed Grosbeak, Townsend's Warbler, Pine Warbler, Yellow-Rumped Warbler, Fox Sparrow, Inca Dove, Common Ground Dove, Bewick's Wren, Cactus Wren, House Wren, Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker, Western Capercaillie, Red Kite, Eurasian Skylark, Great Cormorant, Common Cuckoo, Goldcrest, Rock Ptarmigan, Chukar Partridge, Pink-Backed Pelican, Australian Bustard, Australian Raven, Pied Butcherbird, Greater Rhea, Ringed Kingfisher, Hoatzin, Rufous-Tailed Jacamar, Montezuma Oropendola, Long-Tailed Manakin and White-Throated Magpie Jay. Collection featuring whopping 835 different bird species, Please Birdorable???
Woodpiecer on May 17, 2024 at 9:24 PM wrote on From Twigs to Towers: Extreme Examples of Complex Structures of Bird Nests:
I've seen a Hamerkop nest and a Buffy Fish Owl (Not in the meet birds page) nest before.
Woodpiecer on May 16, 2024 at 8:41 AM wrote on Urban Jungles: How Birds Thrive in City Settings:
I saw Common Swifts (Not in the 'Meet the Birds' page) flying everywhere in the country (city). Peregrine Falcons also live here but I didn't see any of this species. I also saw two species of birds flying. The White-bellied Sea-Eagle and the Brahminy Kite (which is not in the 'Meet the Birds' page). Can you please add the Brahminy Kite to Birdorable, please??? And one more question to tell you, please add the Common Swift to the list.
Woodpiecer on May 13, 2024 at 7:58 PM wrote on Designing with Birds in Mind: Solutions for Safer Glass Structures:
I've seen these bird-safe glass panels in Changi Airport, Singapore. I saw no birds flying or passing by the glass. The Oriental Pied Hornbill is one of the species can be found in some parts of Singapore, Malaysia, and also, Vietnam. I saw an Oriental Pied Hornbill in Pasir Ris Park and Hampstead Wetlands Park. Did the Burj Khalifa has bird-safe glass? I don't know.
Woodpiecer on May 12, 2024 at 8:34 AM wrote on Nature's Prism: Inside the Life of a Violet-green Swallow:
Salsa Sabrina, the upcoming Hummingbird Week will be coming soon. New Species such as the Allen's Hummingbird and the Calliope Hummingbird will be coming to Birdorable. Have fun!!!
Salsa Sabrina on May 11, 2024 at 4:36 AM wrote on Nature's Prism: Inside the Life of a Violet-green Swallow:
Hello Birdorable Next Week Upcoming Event Birdorable Week is Sandpiper Week 2024 are Coming in May Please Birdorable???
Woodpiecer on May 10, 2024 at 4:01 AM wrote on Beyond Two Parents: Unraveling Bird Rearing Techniques:
I saw a Buffy Fish Owl nest at Hampstead Wetlands Park in Singapore. It has a baby in it. Can you please add the Buffy Fish Owl to Birdorable, please?
Woodpiecer on May 7, 2024 at 3:18 AM wrote on Mosquitoes to the Rescue? A Groundbreaking Conservation Effort in Hawaii:
There are 5 birds found in the island of Kaua'i. The Kauai Elepaio, Kauai Oo (extinct), Kauai Nukupuu, Kauai Akialoa, and the Kauai Amakihi. And can you please add the Maui Parrotbill (Kiwikiu) and the ‘Ākohekohe to Birdorable, please???
Birdorable on May 6, 2024 at 11:29 AM wrote on How Conservation Efforts Saved the Black-capped Vireo from Extinction:
You can now see the female Black-capped Vireo on the bird's meet page: https://www.birdorable.com/meet/black-capped-vireo
Birdorable on May 6, 2024 at 11:14 AM wrote on Happy Earth Day! Celebrate Earth Day with Birdorable Shareable Graphics:
Woodpiecer, I'm sorry for the confusion. We added it to our list of requested birds. We have not yet created the Common Swift.
Woodpiecer on May 5, 2024 at 4:14 AM wrote on Happy Earth Day! Celebrate Earth Day with Birdorable Shareable Graphics:
Birdorable, I saw that the Common Swift is not on the list. Can you please add it to the 'Meet the Birds' page?
Ethan McGregor on May 4, 2024 at 5:42 PM wrote on Birdorable's Blue-Eyed Beauty: The Embden Goose Joins the Flock:
I don't think I seen that kind of goose before in my whole life
Caleb on April 30, 2024 at 6:10 PM wrote on How Conservation Efforts Saved the Black-capped Vireo from Extinction:
I agree Woodpiecer, it would be interesting to have this design of a female Black-capped Vireo.
Woodpiecer on April 26, 2024 at 7:14 PM wrote on Birds' Use of Ants in Self-Care: A Fascinating Behavioral Adaptation:
Some birds like antbirds and flickers not only ant, but also consume the ants as an important part of their diet.
Woodpiecer on April 26, 2024 at 7:12 PM wrote on Birds' Use of Ants in Self-Care: A Fascinating Behavioral Adaptation:
Some species of birds (Not in our list), such as Antbirds, often follow raiding parties of swarming ants—not to eat them but to take advantage of the insect bonanza flushed from cover by the voracious army.
Woodpiecer on April 26, 2024 at 7:10 PM wrote on Happy Earth Day! Celebrate Earth Day with Birdorable Shareable Graphics:
Thank you, Birdorable for adding the Common Swift to the list!!!
Woodpiecer on April 25, 2024 at 8:08 AM wrote on How Conservation Efforts Saved the Black-capped Vireo from Extinction:
The Birdorable Black-capped Vireo was updated on April 20, 2024. And can you please add a female Black-capped Vireo to Birdorable?
Birdorable on April 23, 2024 at 1:11 PM wrote on Happy Earth Day! Celebrate Earth Day with Birdorable Shareable Graphics:
Thank you for the suggestion, Woodpiecer. We've added Common Swift to the list.
Woodpiecer on April 23, 2024 at 4:29 AM wrote on Lights Out Programs: The Simple Switch That Saves Migratory Birds:
Sandy, did I have an excellent idea of the species that I commented 4 days ago?
Woodpiecer on April 22, 2024 at 5:34 PM wrote on Happy Earth Day! Celebrate Earth Day with Birdorable Shareable Graphics:
Birdorable, you have to add this species to our Website, the Common Swift. They can be found all over the world except Antarctica.
Sandy Rice on April 20, 2024 at 9:35 PM wrote on Lights Out Programs: The Simple Switch That Saves Migratory Birds:
What an excellent idea! I wonder if any city in BC Canada is doing this? Or the whole of Canada.
Woodpiecer on April 19, 2024 at 5:05 AM wrote on Lights Out Programs: The Simple Switch That Saves Migratory Birds:
In the picture (that says "Washington DC window strike victims by USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab [Public Domain]"), there are six birds. The Belted Kingfisher, Indigo Bunting, Three Black-throated Blue Warblers, and a Blue Jay.
Madison D. Thompson on April 19, 2024 at 1:09 AM wrote on Bonanza Bird #16: The Bali Mynah:
This was the day I was born! I’m 13 now! I will be turning 14 this year!
Madison D. Thompson on April 19, 2024 at 1:05 AM wrote on Birdorable.com launched:
Wow, this website was born in 2007.
Woodpiecer on April 13, 2024 at 11:49 PM wrote on Chicago Area Birders: Take Action for Birds:
Arthur, how did you create birds. In Birdorable???
Woodpiecer on April 13, 2024 at 11:48 PM wrote on Feathers of Green: Learn About the Green Jay:
Caleb, I wrote the body parts and their colors to Birdorable Blog. Just look at my comment.
Terry Crump on April 13, 2024 at 8:35 AM wrote on Bird Terms: Wattles, Dewlaps, and Snoods, Oh My!:
I have a duck with a wattle in my pond
Caleb on April 12, 2024 at 7:06 PM wrote on Feathers of Green: Learn About the Green Jay:
These are some interesting facts about this bird (I didn't know them). It would be cool if you guys could add skuas to the birds.
Arthur Silva de Andrade. on April 12, 2024 at 7:46 AM wrote on Chicago Area Birders: Take Action for Birds:
Oh i can create birds ?
Woodpiecer on April 12, 2024 at 5:00 AM wrote on Feathers of Green: Learn About the Green Jay:
Not all parts of the green jay is green, the head is blue, and the bottom tail is greenish-yellow.