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  • Resource Database / Crafts & Indigenous Skills / Birds & Feathers / Bird Protection

    Resources: 3 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Audubon Adopt-a-Bird - Center for Birds of Prey
      US - Southeast
    Many of the non-releasable birds become Audubon Adopt-a-Bird candidates and assist Center staff in educating the public about the importance of saving raptors and their habitat. You can help by sponsoring one of our "raptor residents" through Audubon's Adopt-a-Bird program!
    Dr. Karen Wiebe, Associate Professor Behavioural Ecology & Conservation of Birds
      Canada - Western
    I study the behaviour, reproduction and ecology of birds. Much of my work focuses on factors that determine the reproductive success of individuals such as predation risk, food supply, and habitat/ nest site selection.
    More sites on www.usask.ca
    Statement of Sen. Breaux, H.R. 2863, Migratory Bird Treaty Act
    I believe it is fundamentally unfair for the federal government to hold American citizens criminally liable for something they could not have reasonably known. Hunting over a baited field does not impose a civil penalty. The baiting regulation holds a person criminally liable -- with all the negative implications of a criminal charge -- in situations where the person could not have reasonably known that what he was doing or attempting to do was criminal.

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