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How birds build their nests?
Birds are notable for their tendency to build elaborated  homes in which to raise their young, and in some cases to use all year round.
Introducing spring messengers II – Barn ...
The Barn Swallow is the most widespread species of swallow in the world. It is found in Europe, Africa, Asia and Americas. Birds with blue upperparts, a long, deeply forked tails and curved, pointed wings can be seen both in open country and among man-build structures, which are for them perfect places to build characteristic cup nests.
Spring migrations
We usually think: birds leave in autumn, because they are afraid of winter. They fly away from cold and lack of food. But we can look at this phenomenon from a different perspective – birds arrive in spring, to take advantage of free space and abundance of food, to be able to bring up greater number of nestlings.
Introducing spring messengers I – White ...
White Storks are large wading bird. They can be even 100-125 cm tall, with a 155-200 cm wingspan and a weight of 2.3-4.5 kg. They are mostly white except for the black wing flight feathers. Storks have beautiful, eye catching  red bills and legs, which actually are black when they are young.

What can we do for birds in spring?
Spring is for birds the time of nest building. We can help them by preparing for them places in our gardens, in the area near our house, where it will be easier for them to build a nest.
100 Spring Alive observations!
Today we surpassed the number of 100 observations on our website. Although in the majority of Europe winter is still strong, slowly from the south approaches spring.
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