Review of Birds of Eastern North America & Birds of Western North America

The following is a review of the two amazing new photographic bird guides: Birds of Eastern North America: A Photographic Guide & Birds of Western North America: A Photographic Guide. Both guides are by Paul Sterry and Brian E. Small and are published by Princeton University Press. Stunning. This was the first word that came

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Cornell Lab of Ornithology – Spooky Birds Contest

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is hosting a spooky bird contest and you have until Halloween to enter. “A Murder of Crows and other Spooky Bird Tales” consists of photos, stories, artwork, and more of birds doing weird but explainable behaviors. For our entry we have chosen perhaps the most fascinating and oh so creepy

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Bird Photography Weekly #61

Join in now on the 61st edition of Bird Photography Weekly!! If you haven’t yet, check out Sipping for Sakers, a joint effort to help conserve Saker Falcons. Help spread the word with these badges: Copy this code to place this badge: <a href=”http://birdfreak.com/category/bird-photography-weekly/”><img src=”http://birdfreak.com/images/bpw-sharing-logo-wide.jpg” width=”225″/></a> Copy this code to place this badge: <a href=”http://birdfreak.com/category/bird-photography-weekly/”><img

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New Birder Experience – International Crane Foundation

The International Crane Foundation is located in Baraboo, Wisconsin and showcases all fifteen (15) species of cranes found throughout the world. Stacia and Eddie (Birdfreak) went there as part of an NCIOS (Rockford Bird Club) field trip. While we didn’t get to see all 15 species, we saw and learned a lot. The International Crane

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