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Birdchick Podcast #227 My Husband is Surprisingly Supportive

The plight of young conservationists seeking an actual job. Hawk + Snake + power lines = frowney face. Map of what people observing birds noticed during the solar eclipse. You should totally listen to the American Birding Association Podcast. Hurricane Harvey the Hawk updates.  

Night Moves

2 months agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

So it turns out dogs are useless. Or at least the four dogs in the house I’m staying at in...

Birdchick Podcast 222: Cuba Birding and Migration

Weird things happening on bird cams. There appears to be a Canada goose uprising and they're taking over osprey nest platforms. Not all ospreys are taking it lying down. The field guide we've all been waiting for: The Field Guide To Dumb Birds of North America.

Song Sleuth: The Bird Song ID App

One of the most common questions I get in my Tech Birding classes is, “Why is there no Shazam-type app that will allow me to use my phone to identify bird calls?" Two reasons: 1. Birds have accents. Generally, when you hear Adele singing...Show More Summary

The Magic Of Finding Owls

We're having our third straight weird winter in Minnesota. A third winter of unpredictable weather patters. February used to be my guaranteed snow shoe hike month and for the past three winters I've had to just call them hikes or cancel them because thaw cycles of turned the trails to ice. Show More Summary

The Update to Baby Porcupine Eating Banana with Hiccups

Ten years ago while volunteering at The Raptor Center I went to my friend Gail Buhl's office. Though she's in charge of the eduction birds, she's a licensed wildlife rehabber and sometimes takes in other creatures. That day she had a...Show More Summary

Pectoral Sandpipers Lookin’ for Love in All the Right Places

8 months agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

”Well, I’m the type of guy who will never settle down Where pretty girls are, well you know that I’m around”...

The Ultimate Goshawk Experience In Maine

11 months agoHobbies / Birding : Birdchick Blog

The rocky coast of Acadia National Park. This June I had the opportunity to go to the Acadia Bird Festival in Maine which is a gorgeous place to get Barry Manilow's Weekend In New England stuck in your head. Maine is a fantastic state to visit and Acadia National Park is one of the coolest federal parks you can check out. Show More Summary

This Week in Bird News: Hawaiian Edition

In the popular imagination, Hawaii is a tropical paradise. (No, not a magical place—you’re thinking of Tahiti, Agent Coulson.) But...

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...

You Think You Know Hummingbirds, But You Have No Idea

It’s coming right for us! Ruby-throated Hummingbird photographed by Corey If you’ve ever watched hummingbirds zip through a garden or...

Review: Levenhuk Karma PRO 10×42 Binocular

Click the image above for what I call “Still Life With Dylan” When it comes to binoculars, I’ve long been...

Northern Flickers Have Found My Nest Box

As some of you may know, I have been monitoring about 35 nest boxes on three Bluebird Trails going on seven...

Noisy, but nice

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

Playback or Birding in the Dark

It is a cold night in early March and the young moon barely visible through the thick branches of the...

It’s Nestcam Season—Take Your Pick and Take a Peek!

In the Northern Hemisphere, at least, spring has sprung. Which means spring fever. Which, in the bird world, means babies....

Birdchick Podcast #203 Weezer, Vultures and the ABA

This flamingo report popped in the news just after I left Florida. Also...I don't think this person knows what a "money shot" is. Weezer sold a crazy package of birding in the Galapagos. Join the American Birding Association and say we sent you. Show More Summary

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