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The BirdChannel Newswire - September 30, 2008

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Thousands of birds have fallen from the sky.
Thousands of birds have fallen from sky in Esperance, reports in Australia. Read More>>>

Hurricane Ike batters bird migratory stopping point.
Regular annual stopping point for bird on migration won’t be in any shape this year, reports Read More>>>

New Bird Species Discovered In Gabon, Africa
The newly found olive-backed forest robin (Stiphrornis pyrrholaemus) was named by the scientists for its distinctive olive back and rump, reports Science Daily. Read More>>>

First New Bird Species Discovered In India In 50 Years
Named Bugun liocichla, the small bird is described as a type of babbler, a diverse family of birds that usually live in tropical forests.  Discovery Made by Amateur Bird Watcher, reports National Geographic.  Read more>>>

Vultures That Got a Bone to Pick
Bearded vultures select the bones with the highest fat density and break them apart for their young to ingest, reports Science Daily. Read More>>>

Bird Duets Used as Competitive Means of Mate Selection
Rival birds of the same sex use song to duel for their mates, reports Science Daily. Read More>>>

Bird Owner Receives Civil Complaint for Noisy Bird
Complaint is filed against a noisy white "Macaw", reports Read More>>>

Logging May Be Suspended To Protect Swift Parrot
Wielangta Forest in Tasmania is said to be the breeding ground for swift parrots, and is threatened by logging, reports Yahoo News. Read More>>>

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