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recordings, and explanatory text about Arizona birds. Most of
the material has been gathered during work on the Arizona Breeding
Bird Atlas project (ABBA) administered by Arizona Game and Fish.
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November, 2011 - Wild At Heart has
now installed over 5000 artificial burrows and relocated over
2000 Burrowing Owls to artificial habitat statewide in Arizona.
Wild At Heart November 2012 Event Calendar: Install Burrowing Owl Habitat.
August, 2008 - Report a Burrowing Owl location to Wild At Heart at e-BUOW. This is a Google Maps application that let's you zoom to the correct spot and place a marker where you have seen the owl.
September, 2008 - Report a Peach-faced Lovebird location at e-Peachface. This is a Google Maps application that let's you zoom to the correct spot and place a marker where you have seen the Lovebird.
June 28, 2005 See the video of the juvenile Burrowing Owl in
one of the artificial burrows in Laveen at the Maricopa County
Flood Control channel. Laveen
April 2, 2011 See the relocated owls at the agriculture Cibola NWR Release Site.
See the new program for relocating Burrowing Owls from the
low elevation desert areas near Phoenix to the high elevation
grassland sites in Cochise, Kingman, Prescott Valley, and the
BLM land on the Arizona Strip near St. George, Utah. Follow this
link to see the BLM site and the video of the Burrowing Owl eggs
in the burrow. These eggs were laid while the owls were still
in the release tent.
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San Francisco Panorama Photograph History Project
Small Air Traffic Control Tower at Disneyland California Adventures Please help us uncover the history of the small air traffic tower at the Soarin' Over California ride in California Adventures at Disneyland. This small air traffic control tower was used in Vietnam. Text Updated June 29, 2011. Notes and photos from someone who used one during the Vietnam War.
Wild At Heart
Web Site Learn about Arizona raptor rehabilitation at this
new site. See the infrared video of the
Burrowing Owls in the underground burrows.
Horned Lizards Added 07/11/2010
Antelope Squirrel Photographs
See a few photographs of adult and juvenile Yuma Antelope
Photographs and Video See a few photographs of adult and juvenile
Rock Squirrels and Video.
Naturerecordists 2001 Dawn Chorus Project
The worldwide community of natural sound recordists comes together
on one day to produce a worldwide dawn chorus of planet earth.
Download recordings that were all made on September 1, 2001.
Burrowing Owl Artificial Nest
Box Project An Arizona Partners in Flight habitat substitution
project. Learn about what is being done to replace natural Burrowing
Owl burrows in the greater Phoenix area and what you can do to
Arizona Partners in Flight (outdated - but still useful)
Australian Bird Recordings Here
are bird recordings made in November, 1999. (9/29/01)
Breeding Bird Collections
Updated 05/25/2011 - Lucy's warbler nest photo
Bird Banding Collections
Dragonfly Photographs A few Pete
Moulton, Greg Clark photographs, updated 04/18/2009
Cactus and Flowers
Study ( We need your Help! Updated 09/14/2008 with Google Maps for Lovebird Locations)
map_coordinate_utility (Google Maps application to find decimal and degree coordinates)
mirror-pole Closet (You never
know what you might find in the closet)
Science Fiction Books
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Hummingbird photos by Earle Robinson.