Bird conservation is very important, as it helps the biodiversity of human development and plays an important role within our ecosystem.
Below you can see a list of the birds I have chosen in the right order from 1 – 10. Fortunately you can see a lot of smiley faces, which in fact means Good news for the respective bird’s steady population increase and spreading range. Unfortunately if you see a frown, that bird is facing a steady decline in numbers and is nearly threatened.
CEDAR WAXWING =
BLUE JAY =
NORTHERN CARDINAL =
BLACK CAPPED CHICKADEE =
WHITE BREASTED NUTHATCH =
RED HEADED WOODPECKER =
CHIPPING SPARROW =
NORTHERN MOCKINGBIRD =
COMMON GRACKLE =
If you are interested or have questions about the conservation of birds - Just check out the links below as they have a bunch of useful information.
"Cedar Waxwing. Birdzilla. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://www.marietta.edu/~biol/biomes/images/deciduous/cedar_waxwing_5676.jpg.
"Blue Jay. Learning Every Day. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://learningeveryday.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/blue-jay.jpg>.
"American Robin. Mayo. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://mayo.personcounty.net/Bird%20Folder/Songbirds/American%20Robin.jpg>.
"Northern Cardinal. Animal Review. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://animalreview.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/northerncardinalmale070106-5.jpg>.
"Black Capped Chickadee. Gator Farm. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://www.gatorfarm.com/Black-cappedChickadee.jpg>.
"White Breasted Nuthatch. Mentor Lagoons. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://www.mentorlagoons.org/white%20breasted%20nuthatch.jpg>.
"Red Headed Woodpecker. Wunderworld. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://www.wunderground.com/data/wximagenew/d/digidiva/118.jpg>.
"Chipping Sparrow. Midco. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://pie.midco.net/dougback/miscphotos/chipping_sparrow2x.jpg>.
"Northern Mockingbird. Farm 1. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://farm1.static.flickr.com/250/461011647_e9dbbc1649.jpg>.
"Common Grackle. Rolling Traveler. Web. 29 Nov 2009. <http://rollingtraveler.today.com/files/2008/11/common_grackle.jpg>.