Perhaps you are already a member of The National Audubon Society. Perhaps you know that Wood Thrushes are not only magnificently beautiful birds but also have one of the avian world’s best voices. Yet sadly, Wood Thrushes are declining. Audubon is working hard to help mitigate this decline and hopefully reverse the trend. One way
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Wood Thrushes [Hylocichla mustelina] are awesome woodland birds with perhaps the coolest song of any bird north of Mexico. But besides their flute-like voice, these spotted forest denizens have a few other neat factoids about them. “[Wood Thrushes have] been observed ‘anting’. Anting occurs when a bird picks up a single ant or group of
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What is Focused Bird Conservation? Each time we as birders go out we have several goals: see more birds than last time, find a life bird, find a rare bird that was reported, get a great photograph, or just get out to enjoy the weather and birds. Often, these goals are what help expand our
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