How do birds mate? Which organs do the male bird use to mate? Do female birds have organs? Birds mate by joining at their cloaca so that the sperm of the male bird can go from his cloaca to the female's. Confused? Here's a quick overview on how birds reproduce, have sex or mate with some amateur...
Information on all 4 types of puffin, including where to see them and at what time of year puffins come ashore to breed.
Common Cranes are undergoing an extraordinary comeback in the UK. Once widespread, they were hunted to extinction, but a series of reintroductions mean they are re-establishing themselves. Still, I'd yet to see one in my home region, but that would soon change.
While puffins are not yet on the endangered species list, their numbers are rapidly falling. Conservationists are working to find solutions.
The female tailorbird is an extraordinary creature. She builds a cradle for a nest by actually sewing leaves together using materials that she gathers from various places, including a spider's silk and plant fibers. She builds the nest in such a manner to hide her young from predators.
Red-breasted Mergansers are a species of duck that are commonly found along Britain's coastlines, but whenever an individual is found far inland, they're always worth seeing.
Margarita is the largest, most popular, and most species-rich of Venezuela's Caribbean Islands. Plan your birding trip with information on some of the best places to bird in the island.
Oklahoma has the skies and the high point on Mount Scott, so why travel all the way to Hawk Mountain in PA or Hawk Ridge in Duluth, MN when you can see plenty of hawks here?
There are a total of 1133 bird species recorded in Kenya. Out of this number, 7 are endemic to Kenya and 6 have been introduced from outside. Only one species is known to have become extinct. In this hub, we shall look at the African Purple Gallinule -Porphyrio alba madagascariensis, and...
The American Robin is not only a nice addition to my yard, I find myself looking forward to seeing them each Spring.