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Are Redpolls Just One Species?

It sure looks like it! Gustave Axelson has a nice breakdown of a recent genetic analysis of redpolls on Cornell’s...

Late March Birding in Queens

17 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

Late March in my home borough of New York City is typically when Eastern Phoebe, Pine Warbler, American Woodcock, Osprey,...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of March 2015)

23 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

Nearly everywhere in the world, birds are on the wing, not just traveling to and from their daily haunts but...

Birding Honduras–The Cryptic Birds

There was no snow. That was the first thing we–our New Jersey Audubon group of 11 birders, led by Scott...

Laughing Kookaburra in attack mode!

At home in Broome we are often awoken by Blue-winged Kookaburras and their insane chattering, but here in Melbourne the...

First Phoebe of 2015

I saw my first migratory Eastern Phoebe of the year today in the same place as last year – Rockaway...

Recipes needed

This week I am appealing for bird feeding recipes that include peanut butter. As part of an art installation, I...

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of March 2015?

Once spring has tentatively sprung in the northern half of the world, spring break must inevitably follow. So many of...

What’s in a Name: Northern Goshawk

At the request of blog management, I’m embarking on a series of posts on the names of birds. Since we’ve...

A Bird Rehabber Goes Birding. And Thwarts Mongooses.

This is the reason I’m birding in Tanzania with no field guide. The last time I visited my friend India,...

The Sounds of a Tiger-Heron

One of the most impressive aspects of the Tropical Rainforests is the incredible array of sounds produced by animals. Interior...

Blue-winged Teal at Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge

The Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors) is not that common in California except along the coast, so I was pretty excited to...

Review: Sasol eBirds of Southern Africa

In the light of the (worrying) news that Corey is writing a field guide (yes, I’m up to date now),...

Birding and Fly-fishing in Pisgah National Forest

The first time I agreed to join my fiancé Brian on a joint birding/fly-fishing excursion, I wasn’t sure what to...

Introducing Erika

Hey, readers! We have some exciting news to share: 10,000 Birds has a new Beat Writer! Erika Zambello will be...

Winter’s Last Gasp

This past Friday was the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere. Not that any of us in New...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of March 2015)

Here in the United States, we are gripped by March Madness. While this epic basketball tournament can make people pretty...

Banded Stilt and Red-necked Avocets abound

Over the many years that I have done voluntary work I have corresponded with many people regarding shorebirds and some...

A Guide to Some Possible Bird Species Splits in Costa Rica

Birders head to Costa Rica to see stunners like Resplendent Quetzal, Three-wattled Bellbird, Orange-collared Manakin, fancy hummingbirds, tanagers, and...

Duncan’s 2015 List

    Struthionidae (Ostriches) Ostritch (Struthio camelus); Wakkerstroom, South Africa, 22 February ANATIDAE (DUCKS) White-faced Whistling Duck (Dendrocygna viduata); Kasane, Botswana,...

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