Your precious house cat may be all sweet and cuddly when nestled up to you, but in the great outdoors, it’s a cold-blooded killer — of birds, that is.
Last month, an albatross showed up in the middle of nowhere near Hawaii. She was raising a chick she had just hatched – proving that motherhood never stops, even when you’re 60 years old. (via Ecocentric)
This drone gives new meaning to “bird watching.”
Visiting the Library of Congress? Duck — there’s a hawk on the loose.
Happy Monday, and Happy 2011, NewsFeeders. Shake off that hangover – it’s time to be productive. After all, that was one of your New Year’s Resolutions, wasn’t it?
And that’s ruffling the feathers of gay activists who believe the zoo is standing in the way of love.
Every Sept. 11, New York City fires up the “Tribute of Light” – two huge shafts of white light soaring into the evening sky. This year, however, the lights disoriented some 10,000 birds migrating over lower Manhattan, leading …
Scientists have long speculated gleefully about animal homosexuality. Some animals, like albatrosses, form lifelong homosexual relationships; others, like bonobos, step out on their partners and mate with anything that moves, …