Papers on birds online now

This video from the USA says about itself:

The same technology used to locate lost pets is now being used to track common backyard birds. Scientists and students at the Cornell Lab have collected data on hundreds of thousands of feeder visits so far by Black-capped Chickadees and other birds.

Tiny tags weighing less than one-tenth of a gram are attached to the birds’ legs and are detected each time the birds visit specially-rigged feeders. Watch this in which David Bonter describes the radio frequency identification (RFID) technique and what we can learn by keeping track of who’s coming to dinner.

Learn more about tracking feeder birds with RFID at

Learn more about project feeder watch at and

All papers in the Journal of Ornithology are freely available on the Internet now until the end of November.

They are here. 7966 papers from 1853 till today.

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