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High Noon Birding in the Mountains of Los Angeles

11 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

[If you are looking for my first-Tuesday-of-the-month book review, it will be in this spot next week. For now, I...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of August 2014)

Since we in the U.S. are enjoying a long weekend, you got extra time to establish a Best Bird of...

Another Great Shorebirding Day at Jamaica Bay

Saturday morning, 30 August 2014, was a perfect time for shorebirding at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge’s East Pond. The high...

Europe’s Brown Warblers: a map through the maze

If, by a chain of peculiar events or by purposeful decision, you find yourself somewhere in central Europe, you sooner or...

Palmerston birding

Following on from our long drive from Broome to Kununurra, where we visited the Poo Ponds before catching up on...

“Winged Warnings” Sounds the Avian Alarm

When birds go from Least Concern to Near-Threatened to Vulnerable to Endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature...

Bokmakierie

I have never quite made up my mind how this beautiful bush-shrike’s name should be pronounced. I favour stressing the...

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of August 2014?

Keep your eyes to the skies for chickadees and tits Ready to close the books on the summer of 2014,...

Wildlife Rehabilitator Slang

Slang, code, and abbreviations: linguistic shorthand which can make speakers (and writers) incomprehensible to those outside their own group. To...

Some Ingenuity Can Go a Long Way

The use of tool by animals is surprisingly rare. Among birds the Egyptian Vulture uses rocks to crack Ostrich eggs,...

Mountain Chickadees at Lassen Volcanic National Park

Mountain Chickadees (Poecile gambeli) are a conspicuous cavity nester and one of the 96 species of birds that nest in...

Armchair Splits in the Pacific

Between my return from Borneo and my week-long (mostly flu-ed up) visit to Sydney in August, my life list on...

Suburban Roadrunners of Southern Missouri

There’s no species of bird more associated with the North American desert than Greater Roadrunner.  Just mention the bizarre giant...

Peep Show on the East Pond!

Sunday morning was a perfect morning to get out on the East Pond of Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. The crowds...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Fourth of August 2014)

Henry James knew all about how transcendent this time of year can be, at least up here in the northern...

Kununurra Poo Ponds

Last Sunday we had a bit of driving to do. Well, more than a bit of driving due to the...

Chomes is Shorebirds in Costa Rica.

August is shorebird time in much of the birding world, Costa Rica included. Sandpipers, plovers, and other long-legged birdies that...

Of Bird Diets, Dangers, and Delinquents

This week in birding news has it all covered. Er, sort of. To wit: As if beach-nesting birds don’t have...

The Flight of the Vultures

The only bird we saw in every state was the Turkey Vulture. No vast kettles, yet, only ones and twos....

Where Are You Birding This Fourth Weekend of August 2014?

Keep your eyes to the skies, especially when you’re above the clouds in the Andes! Many Northern Hemisphere birders see...

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