Habitats of the World: A Field Guide for Birders, Naturalists and Ecologists is a massive undertaking to showcase, in great detail, every single habitat type across the globe. It was produced by Iain Campbell, Ken Behrens, Charley Hesse, and Phil Chaon, all of whom are professional nature guides for Tropical Birding Tours. The book covers
The Art of Bird Finding is a compact, instructional guide to assist in the search of birds. Through 82 pages, Pete Dunne covers a great deal of ground with tips and tricks to help you find birds. But don’t expect much of any guidance on how to actually identify the birds you find. The scope
Dakota writes… My grandparents came down for the weekend from Rockford, Illinois so we could all go the the Midwest Birding Symposium in Lakeside, Ohio. I had to miss Friday due to school tests and a marching band performance but I did get to go all day Saturday. We started off the day by meeting
Today we bring you a photo from September 2005 of Birdfreak (Eddie) with Baby the Doberman taking a break after a long hike at Goose Lake Prairie State Natural Area in Illinois. Baby passed away in 2007 from bone cancer. She was the perfect birding companion.