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What’s in a Name: Puffin Puffinus

July 3rd was World Seabird Day, and Chris Brown posted a great…

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Every Auk Has Its Day

“Prophet-like, that lone one stood.” – From the account of the capture…

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My Piece of Paradise: Trinidad & Tobago

Written by Roger Neckles   Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) is a blessed…

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Endemics of the United States Lower 48

An endemic species is one that is only found within specifically-defined boundaries,…

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What’s in a Name: A Perfect Pair

In nomenclature of United States birds, there are two husband-wife couples for…

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World Rainforest Day 2020

The “lungs of the earth” circle the globe, forming a green belt…

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GREAT GRAY OWL FLEDGLINGS

Vast Ponderosa Pine forest broken up by wildflower-filled meadows cover the Cascades…

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World Albatross Day 2020

A boat trip on the open ocean is like visiting a new…

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Woodcock Wander

I have a great affinity for birds that can blend easily into…

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IN THE BACKYARD: Philadelphia early-June

June is the month for breeding bird activity, and my backyard hosts…

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SPECIES SPOTLIGHT: GAMBEL’S QUAIL

One perk of being “stuck” at home for the last few months…

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SPECIES SPOTLIGHT: RIDGWAY’S RAIL

The name Ridgway’s Rail may be unfamiliar to many birders because it…

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SPECIES SPOTLIGHT: Ruff Trifecta!

As birders we are all about finding the new bird – for…

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Savanna Scavengers

Across the wild landscape of Africa, life and death are in constant…

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Maine Attractions: Regulars and Rarities

As I mull over what was my schedule for the summer, Maine…

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IN THE BACKYARD: Philadelphia late-May

Spring migration wrapped up in Philadelphia over the last 10 days of…

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Puerto Rican Birding with GABRIEL LUGO

In Puerto Rico, the lockdown has loosened up a bit and Gabriel…

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Six Specialty Birds of the OKAVANGO DELTA

The Okavango Delta is one of southern Africa’s most famous wilderness areas,…

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PERUVIAN AMAZON – Iquitos & Allpahuayo-Mishana National Reserve

Our journey into Amazonia begins, officially, back in Lima, Peru. We visit…

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KIRTLAND’S WARBLER Thrills and Success

Kirtland’s Warbler is a major target for many birders. In North America,…

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IN THE BACKYARD : Philadelphia – May

May is migration month in the Philadelphia area, and it was a…

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eBird Tips & Tricks: Have checklists shared automatically!

Our birding tours are thoroughly documented through eBird checklists by our guides….

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Red Knots on the Delaware Bayshore

May is a month when millions of shorebirds undertake a tremendous migratory…

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Marsh Magic at Dixon Meadow Preserve

Build it and they will come.  This rings true at Dixon Meadow…

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IN THE BACKYARD : Philadelphia late-April

The last two weeks of April highlight how spring has sprung in…

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A First and Second in Pennsylvania

The weekend of April 10-11 was an exciting one for Pennsylvania birders,…

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IN THE BACKYARD : Philadelphia early-April

April started off cold and windy around Philadelphia. It didn’t feel much…

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Early breeding warblers

As spring migration marches steadily up the Atlantic flyway, three of our…

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*Apparent* Gray-breasted Martin in NYC!

On April 1st Doug Gochfeld discovered an immature female Progne martin species…

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IN THE BACKYARD : Philadelphia in March

March is a month of transition, as winter melts into spring, and…

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