Monday, September 05, 2005

Hurricane Birds



Appearance of hurricane birds can bring new understanding

"Hurricane birds" is the nebulous term for birds that apparently have been swept up within the eye of a hurricane, then deposited hundreds of miles inland long after hurricanes are downgraded to tropical depressions or low-pressure systems, said Doug Stotz, conservation ecologist/ornithologist at the Field Museum.

Link: Full Story from the Chicago Sun Times

Black Skimmer image courtesy of US Fish & Wildlife Service

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