Birds in the news 5

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Birds in the news 5

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Each week we will be featuring amazing news stories from all corners of the British Isles and around the world about birds in the news. To read the full news story just click on the title of that article.

15th April

 Daily Mail     Flipped by the bird: Tiger ends up on its back after trying to leap up and catch feathered prey that had landed in its zoo enclosure

The hilarious moment took place at the Hengdaohezi Siberian Tiger Park in Northeast China during feeding time.

It was captured by US-based photographer Libby Zhang who said that the crowd burst out in a roar of laughter.

The humorous slip came as several birds were thrown by staff in to the tiger enclosure for them to eat.

This is the incredible moment a tiger was sent crashing to the floor after mistiming an attack on a fleet-footed bird. The ferocious feline was chasing what was sure to be dinner when it slipped on the icy surface and lost its footing. As the tiger raced towards the bird, it flew directly upwards forcing the mammal to try and stop dead in its tracks.


16th April

CBC News                Bird strikes reported at Regina Airport

2 incidents involving commercial flights in past week

regina international airportIt's that time of year when birds are migrating, and that could be causing problems at Regina International Airport. There have been two suspected bird strikes in the past week, both involving large commercial passenger planes. The most recent was Wednesday morning, when a Jazz Dash 8 bound for Calgary was possibly hit as it was departing. Nobody was hurt and no bird was found afterward. The plane, a 70-seater, kept going without incident.On Saturday, another Dash 8, was involved in a bird strike incident, Transport Canada said. This time it was a WestJet plane arriving from Edmonton.  Once again, no one was hurt and there was no sign of a bird afterward.


Each week there are hundreds of amazing stories about birds. If you read or hear about a story that we have not featured then please e-mail us immediately.


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