North American nesting birds research report


This video says about itself:

A short documentary on the Dark-Eyed Junco.

The Junco is one of the most common birds in North America. This video highlights the Junco‘s colouring, nesting habits, and diet. You will also find out what you need to do to have these wonderful birds come and visit your backyard.

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:

Your Data at Work: The 2016 NestWatch Digest

When the breeding season comes to a close, the real work of analyzing your data begins. Every winter we comb through nesting attempts from across North America and tease out the season’s trends for different regions. Want to know if last year was a “good” year for nesting birds? Read the Digest’s Regional Roundups to find out.

This year’s Digest also takes a closer look at an unusual nesting discovery, a Dark-eyed Junco nesting in a nest box. Juncos typically nest near the ground. We also celebrate historic Eastern Phoebe records now archived in our database and consider the impact of human structures on phoebes’ nest site preferences. Plus, get the scoop about our student-led research on supplemental feeding. The 2016 NestWatch Digest combines our latest data analysis and must-read news! Check it out.

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