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Victoria Times Colonist (blog)

Decline of Greater Victoria birds a mystery, experts say

Victoria Times Colonist (blog)

Sparrows sample the wares at a feeder in Victoria. "More people are putting out feeders but an awful lot of birds will never come to a feeder," says Ann Nightingale, co-president of the Rocky Point Bird Observatory. Photograph by: ADRIAN LAM, Times ...

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Victoria Times Colonist

Decline of Greater Victoria birds a mystery, experts say

Victoria Times Colonist

Sparrows sample the wares at a feeder in Victoria. "More people are putting out feeders but an awful lot of birds will never come to a feeder," says Ann Nightingale, co-president of the Rocky Point Bird Observatory. Photograph by: ADRIAN LAM, Times ...

 

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Local ornithologist James Clowater no longer takes students on field trips to Ogden Point. There's been too much decline in the marine bird species they can watch there, including loons, rednecked and horned grebes, cormorants and alcids - "a group of ...

 

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Decline of Greater Victoria birds a mystery, experts say

Vancouver Sun

Local ornithologist James Clowater no longer takes students on field trips to Ogden Point. There's been too much decline in the marine bird species they can watch there, including loons, rednecked and horned grebes, cormorants and alcids - "a group of ...

 

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