“The Messenger is particularly effective at sounding the alarm because it makes the issue highly personal. With exclusive footage, and high-tech cinematography, the movie offers an intimate look at the plight of the songbird. Stunning flight sequences...are conveyed in slow motion, making the complexities of wing movement, control, and rhythm visible to the human eye.” - Audubon
Western Cuyahoga Audubon is this year's #CIFF40 Community Partner to the movie "Oddball and the Penguins".
At the 2016 NEOSEF, Western Cuyahoga Audubon made awards for outstanding projects relating to birds or conservation with emphasis on local watersheds.
We want to have an environment for ourselves that’s rich to enjoy with beautiful flowers, and habitats, and birds - like Cranes.” - Dr. George Archibald, Co-Founder & Senior Conservationist, International Crane Foundation
If you tell me how climate change is affecting the bird population in the Rocky River Important Bird Area, I can see that, I can connect to that, it’s something I can grab on to. So, it’s breaking it into manageable pieces. - Stan Searles
Recorded at Spice Kitchen + Bar, Gordon Arts District, 5800 Detroit Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio. Visit the Flickr Photo Album.
Five Great Black-backed Gulls and two Lesser Black-backed Gulls made nice additions to this year's list.
House Sparrows will pursue Japanese Beetles in flight (the beetles are not fast) and then, with a satisfying crunch, the birds chomp down on them, not unlike humans enjoying a crisp chip.
The Feathered Flyer blog publishes human interest stories about birding and habitat conservation.
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