Originally I had intended all three propositions for the exhibition How does a network activate a public? to be wall statements only. Thus the third proposition is the most speculative and least determined: World distribution of the Shy Albatross Thalassarche cauta according to http://www.iucnredlist.org/ The Shy Albatross Thalassarche cauta flies in a ‘casual, hump-backed, …
All birds banded by professional bird banders at Broome Bird Observatory are released back into the wild. Banded birds have lived for up to 12 years after being banded.
The juvenile’s feathers are more fluffy and look more disordered here. Actually, mango is covered in squashed mango too, so s/he looks a bit more bedraggled than usual. In this detail of under the tail the more obvious barring of juveniles can be clearly seen
Mango (caught in the mango trap) is a much younger bird with no nuchal crest
A bowerbird just before being released after banding by Class A birdbander Naoko Takeuchi (photo taken at Broome Bird Observatory). Note quite boxy wide head and comparatively long neck which is also obvious in flight.