Article in: Birding
January 2, 2007
Geography and birding have a lot in common. Migration, water conservation, types of climate, and where to find birds to name a few. A Geobirder is the combination of studying geography and how it relates to birds and birding. As I read through the courses I will be taking as a geography major, I noticed how every class can relate to birding in some way or another. I look foward to blogging more on this subject.
American Redstart taking a break during migration. Migration routes are a key project for Geobirders.