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Easy, Bonus Birding at Cano Negro, Costa Rica

There are lots of great birding sites in Costa Rica. In fact, go anywhere with a good amount of natural...

Fancy Pigeon Blues

23 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

Do much birding in the city, and your thoughts will turn again and again to feral pigeons. As I have...

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of May 2015?

What fresh wonders will the magical last weekend of May deliver? If you live in NYC, one of the world’s...

Birding from a Hide

What do you think makes for a good bird hide? I have asked myself that same question many times over...

What is a Palm-thrush?

A post I wrote a few weeks ago where I made some disparaging remarks about America’s pseudowarblers (and poetry) generated...

What is the State Bird of South Carolina?

After spending the weekend along the South Carolina coast, I can say with confidence that I saw dozens and dozens...

The Importance of Nurturing Young Birders

Timothy Barksdale is a birder/biologist turned filmmaker, passionately pursuing birds with a television camera for the last 24 years. His...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Fourth of May 2015)

Every May weekend means so much in the temperate climes. What makes this one so excellent is that the weekend...

Birding a bush track

Now we are back in Broome under blue skies it is really good to get out and about in the...

Pink-necked Green Pigeon

Singapore is sweltering its way through the monsoon. Heat and rain! Western Palearctic constitutions were not designed for these conditions,...

Where Are You Birding This Fourth Weekend of May 2015?

Memorial Day weekend offers Americans the best of two splendid seasons: an unofficial start to summer while spring migration is...

What’s in a Name: Wilson’s Warbler

I have repeatedly declared my love for the Black-throated Blue Warbler. The Cape May Warbler, which I have added to...

Outdoor/Feral Cat Problem? Call the SWAT Team

What do you do when you – a citizen whose rights are protected by the U.S. government – are threatened...

Results of the 2015 Global Big Day

Cusco Birders. in-country Champions. Photo: Nestor Ccacya Baca Ebird has hit something big. With the successful first Global Big Day...

The Regal Western Kingbird Can Be Very Aggressive

Kingbirds are named for their aggressive nature. A Kingbird will defend its territory and nest against all predators, even to...

Petrel Paradise

I’ve mentioned before that New Zealand is a great place for enjoying petrels. In particular the South Island destination of...

Just call him Dr. Dolittle

“Think of the amazing repartee If I could walk with the animals, talk with the animals, Grunt and squeak and...

The Outer Banks after a Tropical Storm

Tropical Storm Ana is the second earliest tropical storm to ever hit the Outer Banks. That’s interesting from a weather...

How The Bird Got Its Beak

Birds are a subset of dinosaurs (See: Honey, I Shrunk the Dinosaurs. Prior to the extinction of all of the...

The Waterhole at Forest Park: The Best Place in New York City to See Wood-Warblers

On a recent afternoon’s visit to Forest Park’s famed waterhole the birds were coming in frequently and in abundance. In...

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