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A familiar and popular garden songbird whose numbers are declining seriously, especially on farmland making it a Red List species. Smaller and browner than a mistle thrush with smaller spotting. Its habit of repeating song phrases distinguish it from singing blackbirds. It likes to eat snails which it breaks into by smashing them against a stone with a flick of the head.

 

Alicia Durcerski happy with her face paint at The Nature Conservancy's Picnic for the Planet in Melbourne, Australia.

 

© Rodney Dekker

Our logo for the week -- 50 states, 60 countries (and still counting) and 7 continents (including Antarctica!)

All 12 residents of Palmyra Atoll (including 4 from a visiting vessel) and 50% of the pet population attended this Picnic for the Planet. The picnic was held offshore in the lagoon at their swimming hole.Palmyra is located about 1,000 miles south of Hawaii. © Courtesy of Palmyra Program.

Picnickers prepare and drink sakau at Nihco Marine Park in Sokehs, Pohnpei, Micronesia. It is very popular for Pohnpieans to have sakau at picnics.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Texas State Director rocks a Picnic for the Planet tattoo!

Some of the tasty local food at the Pohnpei Picnic for the Planet.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

I have been told that Short-Eared Owls are on the threatened list for Ontario. I consider it a privilege to be able to view them. Hopefully they will thrive, I have seen so many this season!

A decorated picnic table for the Birmingham Picnic for the Planet represents Alabama's Splinter Hill Bog. @TNC

Picnickers went swimming and participated in kayak relay races at the Pohnpei Picnic for the Planet at Nihco Marine Park.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Enjoying the food at Nihco Marine Park in Sokehs, Pohnpei, Micronesia.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Chef to Chef: Picnic Battle for the Planet in New Haven, CT.

Some of the tasty local food at the Pohnpei Picnic for the Planet.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

About 100 people participated in a Picnic for the Planet at the Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center in Columbus, Ga. ©Jason Crawley

Green leaves were used as a natural form of packaging for the meal.

© Jonet/TNC

We are proud that Pacers has chosen The Nature Conservancy as its environmental partner for the GW Parkway Classic 10 Miler. Photo: Tom McCann

Some of the tasty local food at the Pohnpei Picnic for the Planet.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Picnickers went swimming and participated in kayak relay races at the Pohnpei Picnic for the Planet at Nihco Marine Park.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Enjoying the food at Nihco Marine Park in Sokehs, Pohnpei, Micronesia.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Picnickers prepare and drink sakau at Nihco Marine Park in Sokehs, Pohnpei, Micronesia. It is very popular for Pohnpieans to have sakau at picnics.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Picnickers prepare and drink sakau at Nihco Marine Park in Sokehs, Pohnpei, Micronesia. It is very popular for Pohnpieans to have sakau at picnics.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Enjoying the food at Nihco Marine Park in Sokehs, Pohnpei, Micronesia.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Researchers from Palmer Research Station in Antarctica enjoy ice cream (!) at their Picnic for the Planet on Bonaparte Point. Bonaparte point is a thin rocky peninsula that emerges from the Marr Glacier on Anvers Island.

Picnickers are Janice O'Reilly, Perri Barbour, Eddie Quintanilla and Gregorio Campo. ©Eddie Quintanilla

Crowds begin to gather at the Birmingham, Al., Picnic for the Planet in Railroad Park. ©Larry O. Gay

Some of the tasty local food at the Pohnpei Picnic for the Planet.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Picnickers went swimming and participated in kayak relay races at the Pohnpei Picnic for the Planet at Nihco Marine Park.

© Serleen Aldis/TNC

Enjoying the food at The Nature Conservancy's Picnic for the Planet in Melbourne, Australia.

 

© Rodney Dekker

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