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Never Say Never Again

If you’ve given up hope of ever seeing a Zapata Rail, this post is for you. And if (like me) you’ve never...

eBird Thises and Thats

Forced inside due to various work obligations and a heckuva lot of snow (and the attending unplanned childcare responsibilities that...

Woodpeckers of the World: A Photographic Guide–A Review

Picidae, Woodpecker, is one of those charismatic bird families that everybody gets excited about. (Unless the woodpecker is drumming a...

Birds In a Changing Climate: A Primer

Climate Change.  The vast majority of you reading this accept it is happening, and for the time being it is...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of February 2015)

Now that we’ve gotten February out of the way, the time has come to face facts: the next mass migration...

Birding Port Melbourne Beach

Well, another week has gone by here in Melbourne and I am managing to walk to a variety of locations...

Cholla Birds

The internet appears to have nearly as many people getting caught up with Cholla Cacti as it has cute kittens...

In Sunlight or in Shadow

Those of you who go outside like actual birders and/or adults may not be aware of the latest craze to...

“Hawk” vs. Hawk

Does the product above strike you as black humor, only not funny? Let me introduce my guest blogger, Lisa Owens...

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of February 2015?

Every weekend deserves at least a little excitement, but I’m finding it difficult to get too worked up about another...

The Brazilian Pepper and the birds that love it

The Brazilian Pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius) is widespread in south and central Florida. The sequence of events in the establishment of...

What’s So Special About the Gadwall?

Seriously? Just look at this drake. Pretty dapper wouldn’t you say? Pete Dunne calls the Gadwall (Anas strepera) the “Dapper Gray...

Waterfowl at Baisley Pond Park in Winter

Baisley Pond Park in southern Queens is a spot that few birders venture to despite it being a magnet for...

Winter Birding (By Car) at Jones Beach State Park

Jones Beach State Park in Nassau County, New York, is a great place to bird at all seasons. In winter,...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of February 2015)

As members of an international community of nature lovers, we all experience the weekend in different parts of this wide,...

Birding Albert Park, Melbourne

As I mentioned last week, we have suddenly found ourselves in the middle of the city of Melbourne and I...

Bird News Roundup: Birds of a feather … well, you know the rest

If a blustery, snowy afternoon isn’t custom-made for catching up on bird news, then I don’t know what is. After...

A Birdy Lunch in the Caribbean Lowlands of Costa Rica

There’s nothing like a birdy, bird-filled lunch and I’m not talking about some lemon domesticated jungle fowl tagine either (although...

Where Are You Birding This Third Weekend of February 2015?

Keep your eyes to the skies for gulls, but don’t breathe in too deeply! Here we lie fallow in mid-February....

Bleak Midwinter Update

I’ve mentioned before the odd melancholy that comes from seeing extraordinary birds while knowing that the extraordinary circumstances that brought...

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