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What is the State Bird of Minnesota?

13 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

Picture this: you are on a lake, with dusk just beginning to fall. The surface of the water is calm,...

Offshore Sea Life ID Guide: West Coast–A Book Review

19 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

In a nice moment of serendipity, my review copy of Offshore Sea Life ID Guide: West Coast by Steve N.G....

A Summer Visit to the Great Vly, Saugerties, New York

Independence Day weekend saw the family and me visiting my folks in New York’s Hudson Valley, in Saugerties to be...

Best Bird of the Weekend (First of July 2015)

All standard calendars include a 4th day of July, but we in the United States place just a bit more...

Tails From the Gulf Stream

The Gulf Stream lies between 20-40 miles off the North Carolina coast, and to the unpracticed eye it looks scarcely...

Croc and rock birding trip part 2

Following on from last week we are venturing up the Fairfield-Leopold Road and it really is in pretty good condition...

Squacco Heron

The Squacco Heron, Ardeola ralloides is an Old World heron, closely related to (and sharing a genus with) the eastern pond-herons....

Where Are You Birding This First Weekend of July 2015?

The United States sets the fourth day of July apart to focus with white-hot intensity (splashed with red and blue)...

The Great Cascades Caper: Found Pages From the First, and Last, Birding-themed Choose Your Own Adventure Novel

While on a top-secret mission, I found the following at the bottom of a box filled with Petersonania and cheaply-printed...

Birding Adventure in Mexico, Part I: Colima

Back in early March, Andrew Spencer asked me if I would like to go birding in western Mexico with him and...

Happy Fourth – Support Your Local Rehabber!

No, these are not highly-trained nestling Blue Jays posing artfully on an American flag. They’re just really cute orphaned Blue...

The Andean Avocet

I am starting a series of posts where I introduce little known birds we can relate. These would be mostly...

Nestling Williamson’s Sapsuckers and the Douglas Squirrel

Last weekend was our Audubon chapter’s annual campout at Lassen Volcanic National Park. I guess if you clicked on any...

Birding and Fly-fishing in Belize

Oh Belize. A beautiful country on Central America’s coast, Belize boasts spectacular diving and snorkeling, immense cave systems, beautiful rivers,...

Yellow-crowned Night-Heron Eating Fiddler Crabs at the Marine Nature Study Area

The Marine Nature Study Area in Oceanside is one of the premiere places in New York to get great looks...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of June 2015)

The past week has been invigorating for Americans who support freedom, dignity, and equality. Hopefully you celebrated by enjoying some...

The other Great Egrets

Great Egrets Ardea alba are confusing on many levels. The first level is the most harmless of them all since...

Croc and rock birding trip part 1

We have recently returned from a “croc and rock” birding trip that took us further into the Kimberley to visit...

Where to Stay on Your First Day of Birding in Costa Rica

It’s the end of June and up north, the birds are busy with their young, and taking full advantage of...

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of June 2015?

Spring migration surely qualifies as one of the seven wonders of the natural world, a brief blizzard of bliss which...

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