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Honduras Birds

11 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

A week-long family vacation to Honduras is sadly over. Fortunately, we made lots of great memories and took lots of...

Best Bird of the Weekend (First of August 2015)

11 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

Don’t mourn the passing of the summer season just yet. Believe it or not, we still have all of August...

Burrowing Owls of Cape Coral

23 hours agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

Birding in Florida is unique in that so much of that state’s plenty is evident even to the casual observer....

Duncan Road birding

Before we left home to go camping and birding in the northern area of the Kimberley we had a plan that...

Identification made easy – Lesser Black-backed Gull

Most of my birdy outings are spent with just my Bushnell’s for company. As optical aids, they are fine, but...

The Tufted Jays of Nayarit

Mexico is the best country in the world for jays. More species of jays can be found here than in...

Where Are You Birding This First Weekend of August 2015?

American poet, novelist, and playwright Paul Laurence Dunbar saw summer the way many of us do, reflected in the wild...

What’s in a Name: MacGillivray’s Warbler

The most recent addition to my life list is the Northwestern Crow, but its name is boring and it probably...

Spotlight: Lisa Beth Acton, Raising Ravens

This post is from Lisa Beth Acton, a wildlife rehabilitator in Accord, NY. She has a captive-bred education bird named Xena,...

The Popular Barn Swallow

The Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) is one of the most widespread and popular birds. Most everyone with an eye for...

Mountain Bluebirds at Lassen Volcanic National Park

I’m writing this post for a couple of reasons. Firstly, if you check the wonderful photo galleries here at 10000...

Avoiding Black Flies in Search of Boreal Birds

June is an interesting time to bird in northwestern Maine. Sure, the birds are out there, but to see them...

Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of July 2015)

Was your weekend pleasingly full or pleasurably empty? We measure our happiness not in moments of activity but rather memories...

Great Egrets and the reliability of field marks

It’s bad. Very bad. Germany is currently experiencing its hottest June and July ever, and temperatures in the last few...

Wolfe Creek Crater birding

At the end of June we loaded up the car with no plan other than to head north and see...

No Need to Fear the Flycatcher in Costa Rica

After the birding bugs bites, the abundance of new and colorful birds makes it easy to overlook or even blatantly...

Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of July 2015?

July is almost over, which means summer is almost over, right? Of course not, but those of us who live for...

Birding with the Pale Rider Close Behind

July morning in the Balkans, early enough to create an illusion of a cool morning, umm, almost. Wheat fields around...

Southern Pied Babblers

A nasty little virus and a failure of my internet at home has left me at another deadline with nothing...

What is the State Bird of Georgia?

Brown Thrashers, large, rust-colored songbirds, were so popular in Georgia that they became the namesake of their NHL hockey team, the...

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