Caught him in flight carrying away his prey
The iPhone is a wonderful gadget for birders, especially with some of the easy-to-use applications. The Peterson Field Guide to Warblers (available for iPod touch as well) is a basic yet quick source for one of the trickiest families of birds to master. You can read our review of the printed version of The Peterson
Veery has temporarily moved! The Birdfreak Team is partially split for the summer as Veery spends a few months working in Jefferson City, Missouri. Join in on her adventures through a new state and her quest to answer this question: How’s the birding in mid-Missouri? Missouri State List My niece’s birthday was Saturday (July 25)
Born in 1953 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Theodore A. Parker III started young as a naturalist. Ted’s obsession for birds grew strongly as a teenager and he became known as a “birding phenom” at this young age. Ted’s enthusiasm, charisma, and dedication to birds quickly earned him national recognition among the birding community. His obsession and
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Learn more about Henslow’s Sparrows from All About Birds
A recent trip to Horicon Marsh NWR was the beginning of The New Birder Experience. What was the first official bird to land on Stacia’s Life List? The weather was practically perfect: warm, breezy and clear. The birds were active and showy offering me, as teacher, a much easier time to point out birds. We
Lost Mound is located where the once vibrant Savanna Army Depot once was (still there, just not operational). It is part of the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife Refuge and is a birder’s paradise, yet still fairly unknown. The signs and sights tell you otherwise, but Lost Mound is unbelievable when it comes to birds.