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Where Are You Birding This First Weekend of May 2016?

13 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

Our celebration of mothers during the first Sunday of May finds symmetry in the natural world, where so many maternal-minded...

An Osprey Nest and The Migratory Bird Treaty Act

21 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

The Migratory Bird Treaty Act makes it unlawful at any time, by any means or in any manner, to pursue,...

Quoth the Raven: Who you callin’ bird-brained?

They may (or may not) be smarter than a fifth-grader. But Ravens (like the fine specimen above photographed by Corey) are no...

Belding’s Yellowthroat, Endemic and Endangered!

A couple of years ago, I was invited to participate in a community hummingbird Festival, in Todos Santos, BCS, Mexico....

Pied Starlings

Just a quick post this week, as I’m rushed for time and stressed about house buying. And you really don’t...

Sibley Birds East & Sibley Birds West: A Review

I purchased my first Sibley—The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America—in 2003. It was my second field...

South Florida Specialties Birding

On my recent short family vacation to Miami, I was granted a single day to get out and really bird...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of April 2016)

After some weekends, we reflect on better views of birds we see all the time. Other times, however, find us...

Biting the bullet or jumping the shark? A potential Baikal Wagtail in Germany

I recently saw and photographed what appears to be a Baikal Wagtail (Motacilla alba-or-not baicalensis) in Germany. If I am...

Flock Bronzewings

Flock Bronzewings Phaps histronica are an interesting bird that can show up in pairs or even large flocks on the odd...

Birding in Costa Rica Off the Beaten Track at Hitoy Cerere

There is a regular birding route in Costa Rica that hits every major habitat in the country and makes an...

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of April 2016?

The last weekend of April may as well be May, which we know is a major month of migration. Don’t...

The Joys of Urban Birding in SE Europe

Even before I turn the engine off, I hear the frog-like song of the Great Reed-Warblers. In a cold morning...

Big Whoop, Indeed: Whooping Cranes in Louisiana!

In the fight against extinction, score one—actually, make that two—for Whooping Cranes. For the first time in 75 years, a pair...

Heermann’s Gull – A Mexican Beauty

La Paz, Mexico has a beautiful well maintained sidewalk along its waterfront called a malecón. While it is exceptionally well...

Kakapo are having a great year.

It sometimes feels like being a conservationist is like being a punching bag, blow after blow of bad news after...

What is the State Bird of South Dakota?

Many states choose their representative bird based on common, native birds spending part or all of the year within the...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Fourth of April 2016)

Late April offers so much for nature lovers. If you didn’t see something interesting or new this weekend, you must...

Birding Broome’s Sport Ovals

I mentioned last week that the lack of rain and warmer temperatures over the past few months have had a...

Noisy, but nice

Blogging is a peculiar activity. It initiates an internal monologue when one is alone in the field and keeps up...

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