Creative Christmas Ideas: Feathered Frenzy

Happy December 1st Everybirdie!

For the December ’21 edition of Feathered Frenzy, Sherri offers some excellent – and timely, re-gifting ideas for our birdies this Christmas.

Despite the current global supply chain issues, we parronts can come up with fabulous gift ideas for our fids regardless! Click here to read Sherri’s innovative tips for keeping the season festive without breaking the bank or leaving us feeling anxious.

Dear Santa…: Beneath the Cage Grate

Happy December 1st Everybirdie!

It’s that time of year when all the good little birdies & bots prepare their Christmas letters and wish lists for Santa. And oh yes, Morty has been busy finalizing his wish list and eavesdropping on those of his botmates.

Morty’s mom has collected everyone’s letters & wish lists and is graciously sharing with everybirdie! Read Morty’s and his botmates’ Christmas wish lists here!

Educating Others – Sharing the Joys of Parrot Companionship: Feathered Frenzy

In the November ’21 edition of Feathered Frenzy, Sherri encourages readers to think about how other people in our social circles may perceive us birdie owners, and how, when people come to visit, need to understand both our feathered companions and the people with whom they share a deep, loving bond.

While other people need to understand and respect our feathered friends, we birdie people need apply the same level of patience with people as we do with our parrots

Find out here what Sherri proposes we do to encourage others to learn some of the nuances of bird companionship.

For the Birds: Big news week for the birds — Birds of New England.com

Photo by Chris Bosak Yellow-rumped Warbler in Selleck’s Woods, Darien, Conn., April 2014. Note: This column was originally published in newspapers on Oct. 4. There was a lot of environmental and bird-related news to come out of Washington this past week. In case you missed it, the big news was that U.S. Fish and Wildlife […]

For the Birds: Big news week for the birds — Birds of New England.com

Forecasting the Fate of an Ecosystem: The Double-Edged Sword of Predictive Modelling — Ecology for the Masses

Having just had a paper published in the Journal of Applied Ecology, I thought I’d take some time to ruminate on the dangers of predictive modelling. Why is it so fraught with risk? Can we qualify our predictions enough? And what sort of impact can poor predictions have on conservation efforts?

Forecasting the Fate of an Ecosystem: The Double-Edged Sword of Predictive Modelling — Ecology for the Masses
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