SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft Animals: http://bit.ly/2ceCJY0 There’s trouble In Austin County when Houston SPCA Cruelty Investigator Randy Farmer is called to a suspected dog breeding facility. On the property Farmer discovers dozens of dogs in poor health including a Springer spaniel that’s at death’s door. The team springs into action, loading the dogs and rushing them
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I’m often asked that question, particularly in regards to parrots that have been or are being re-homed….will they forget previous situations or will their behavior be a constant challenge to a new owner? The answer is not at all simple, and no controlled scientific experiments have actually studied long-term memory in parrots. In the laboratory,
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On a cold day, make that a very cold day with winds causing discomfort for a former Floridian, I made efforts to observe a reported Barrow’s Goldeneye near Tuxis Island in Connecticut to close my 2016 wildlife observations. I heard from wildlife blogger Hemant Kishan who told me that he has seen Barrow’s Goldeneye on
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Even though your cat keeps herself immaculately clean, there are some common diseases that find ways to infect your kitty. A number of viruses and bacteria keep lurking to multiply and as soon as they find the host, their activity surges in leaps and bounds. This is why it is important to know what problems
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Peer into the mouth of a hungry African Silverbill, Gouldian Finch, or other Estrildid finch chick, and you’ll see something unexpected, intriguing, and maybe even a little unsettling: strange mouth markings. These marks—such as beaks rimmed with a black lining or glow-in-the-dark beads, and mouth roofs covered in trypophobia-inducing holes—are so disturbing to some that they’ve inspired comparisons
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The New Year was spent in England with birding definitely not on the menu – I was on holiday. Back in Norway I started my 2017 birding with a much needed walking and public transport tour of Oslo yesterday where highlights were the Shag (which hadn’t been reported since 14 Nov although I don’t think
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American Woodcock. Photo: Cal Vornberger/Alamy This audio story is brought to you by BirdNote, a partner of the National Audubon Society. BirdNote episodes air daily on public radio stations nationwide. Transcript: This is BirdNote.  As birds go, there seems to be nothing typical about the American Woodcock. It’s technically a sandpiper, but has a plump, round body,
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Arabian Wheatear Oenanthe lugentoides is a rather scarce resident of the south-west highlands, but is also found in Oman, Palestine and Yemen, mainly in rocky, bushy sites but widespread on the Jebal Souda plateau, Wadi Tale’a, Pipeline Road, near Farshah, Gara’a and Tanumah. In 1987 it was recorded more frequently so the species may have
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Top 16 most unlucky pets who could use a four leaf clover on St. Patrick’s Day. The Pet Collective is home to the top trending clips, most entertaining memes, and funniest animal videos online. Simply put, we think animals are the best ever. If you agree, let’s make it YouTube official right here, right meow:
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Harmony Hamilton speaks about her experiences as a storyteller for Audubon. Photo: Camilla Cerea/Audubon Registration Early Bird Registration: $425. Available from March 13 – April 14. Regular Registration: $450. Available from April 15 – July 19. On-Site Registration: $495. Available on-site beginning July 25. One Day Only Registration (Saturday or Sunday): $250 Saturday Night Banquet
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Arabian Waxbill Estrilda rubibarba is a rather scarce resident of the Tihama region where they have beens seen on Jebal Faifa summit and at Jebal Gaha as well as at the Raghadan Forest area of Baha. Birds have also been seen near Tanoumah, Al Baha and as far north as Taif where they can be
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