As with many classification systems there are some groups of birds that just don’t seem to fit anywhere. The birds pictured here belong to a variety of families and have a wide variety of foraging and breeding habits.
Blackbirds are a varied group. Eastern Meadowlarks are large and chunky with relatively short wings and tail, while Orchard Orioles are small and slender with a long narrow tail. Most blackbirds are found in open
Pulitzer Prize winner Alan Taylor, 2012 Frederick Douglass Visiting Fellow at the C.V Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience, is writing a new book about war and freedom on the shores of ...
Six seniors from Washington College participated in the World Model United Nations, held in this spring at the Hague, Netherlands. Five of the students represented Tanzania in three different committees (SPECPOL, WHO and DISEC) and