For 400 years, New York has embraced, spurned, ignored, harnessed, and feared the water that made its greatness possible. Now our relationship must get even more complex.
Last Song for Migrating Birds by Jonathan Franzen
From glue-covered sticks in Egypt hang two lives, and a question: How can we stop the slaughter of songbirds migrating across the Mediterranean?
A rare bird is now even rarer. Bird watchers flocking to the Isles of Harris in Scotland for a chance sighting of the White-throated Needletail, the world’s fastest bird, got some gore in their field of vision as they watched the bird fly directly into a wind turbine and kill itself.
From a 1927 New York Times article.
Red Bull sponsored, obviously.
A North Carolina couple has made their way to Hawaii in hopes of having a dolphin-assisted water birth. The baby’s name will be Bodhi, and he will be subject to Point Break references for his entire life.
Old song, new video directed by Video Marsh featuring footage from the reifel bird sanctuary in British Columbia.