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Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of August 2016)

12 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

While nations, groups, and individuals all over the world observe time in their own particular ways, the world comes together...

The Kite Run

To say that my birding has been limited this year is an understatement. My spring and early summer were sucked...

Langi Crossing birding part two

Following on from last week’s post about Langi Crossing and some of the larger birds species that you can expect...

48 and counting

As one of Britain’s most abundant birds, the Willow Warbler Phylloscopus trochilus should have made it onto my yard list...

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of August 2016?

Can you believe that this is the final weekend of August?? Next weekend marks the unofficial end of this season...

What is the National Bird of Panama?

In her book, “On a Wing and a Prayer,“ Sarah Woods describes the bird that captured her interest when she...

For a Wildlife Rehabber, Joy in August is Possible

By the time August rolls around, wildlife rehabilitators are fried. There have been months of late-night phone calls, hordes of...

Twitching the Summer Tanager in Northern California

No one can accuse me of being a twitcher but when I checked my email Sunday morning and found that...

A Lump and a Split and the List is Shredded?

(With regards to The Smiths for the title inspiration) North American listers, if you haven’t already been following the latest...

Common Gallinule, the lost Moorhen

After getting to spend some time with a few of these birds recently, I decided to feature them in my story...

Getting to Know Your National Wildlife Refuge: Comprehensive Conservation Plans

Jason A. Crotty is a birder and lawyer living in Portland, Oregon who love to share thought-provoking pieces with 10,000 Birds...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of August 2016)

What’s better than a weekend with a big birding trip lined up? Not much, actually, but a weekend where you...

Germany’s Great Bustards and how to see them

I am not entirely sure whether most birders outside Germany know or realize that Germany still has a decent population...

Langi Crossing birding part one

Following on from last week’s post about Langi Crossing and all that it has to offer in the way of wildlife...

Backyard Birding in Breckenridge

It’s been nearly three weeks since the family and I left Breckenridge but I’m still thinking about all the birds that...

Get Saltators in Costa Rica

Saltators, saltpotaters, salt n peppa, saltasaywhat? “Saltator” is another one of those “intriguing” names for certain bird species that live...

Where Are You Birding This Third Weekend of August 2016?

For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, summer is on the wane. The further north you are, the more...

Lapwings, Loons & Lousy Jacks: The How and Why of Bird Names

Long ago, before I became the bird-name rancoteur I am today, I had an idle question. Why, I asked myself,...

Dreaming of Africa

It’s hot outside and inside… I am drinking the WHE brew, a Belgrade beer made upon a Neolithic Turdas-Vinca culture...

This Week in Bird News: Junk Food Junkies, Snacks on a String, and More

Look out below! This Bald Eagle, photographed by Corey, was after Blue-winged Teal in Florida, not Atlantic Puffins in Maine. But still. Did...

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