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Shedding Tears For Shorebirds

Upland Sandpipers are one of the coolest and most awkward-looking of our continent’s birds. See, it’s not so scary! Photographed at Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge, MT. Birders are a timid bunch. They are scared of all sorts of things. The thought of identifying certain groups of birds can incapacitate them. They are fearful of [...] a
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Birding Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge

Hobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds (3 years ago)

When in northwest Ohio there are many options from which to choose a birding site.  But if you want herons and ducks and shorebirds and geese and egrets and swans and rails the best bet is the famed Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge a... Read Post

Real Time Tracking of Rarities

Hobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds (2 years ago)

Early this morning I was out on the south end of the East Pond at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge looking at common shorebirds and hoping for rare shorebirds. The best birds that I had managed were a couple of Pectoral Sandpipers, a Wes... Read Post

Shorebird Banding At The Midwest Birding Symposium

Hobbies / Birding : Birdchick Blog (5 years ago)

A birder scans the dawn for migrants.  What a beautiful morning at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge in Ohio!  During the Midwest Birding Symposium, I got the opportunity to observe some shorebird banding last Friday (which was a fun ... Read Post


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