It’s no secret that the Birdfreak Team lacks when it comes to shorebird identification. Much of this is due to our geographic location in the somewhat “shorebird free” Midwest. Granted, migration brings many different kinds of shorebirds through our area, but we lack the in-your-face, overloaded with shorebirds hotspot found more commonly on the coasts.
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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? Runge Conservation Nature Center is located on highway 179 in
Digiscoped at the Lost Mound Unit of the Upper Mississippi River NWR near Savanna, Illinois Learn more about Orchard Orioles from Cornell’s All About Birds
I took the new dog Bella hiking at one of our favorite places: Rock Cut State Park. After discovering a snake (Bella sniffed but was otherwise indifferent to it) we struggled to find any birds that were photo-friendly. Nothing! Thankfully, near the end of our hike, we were alerted by a commotion of scolding from
Life List: A Woman’s Quest for the World’s Most Amazing Birds by Olivia Gentile tells the story of Phoebe Snetsinger, a woman who never felt completely happy until she found the world of birding. When Phoebe is diagnosed with terminal cancer at 49-years-old, she decides to travel in search of as many bird species she
Birdfreak has found the most wonderful woman in the world, Stacia [stay-sha]. Not only is she gorgeous, intelligent, and sweet, she’s also completely into the outdoors! However, she is not officially a “birder” but we’re sure that will change! We have a rare and unusual opportunity here with The New Birder Experience: we get to
Not familiar with The Nature Blog Network? It’s only the best place to find “Every Species of Nature Blog”. This week we are honored to be the featured blog! Make sure to submit your nature blog to their list and check out what blogs rank where. They are sorted by category and currently there are