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ABA 2018-05-17T11:36:14+00:00

  • Blog Birding #364

    At All About Birds, (and an upcoming issue of Living Bird), Amanda Rodewald and Ken Rosenberg discuss the various types of migratory bird stopover habitat and why protecting each is critical for the conservation of these birds. But those pit stops, more properly called […]

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Identification

May 2018 Photo Quiz

May 2nd, 2018|

Photos and answers are supplied by Tony Leukering, a freelance ornithologist based in the Tampa Bay area, with strong interests in bird migration, distribution, and identification. He has [...]

  • ID Challenge #4

    The first step is to place a bird into the correct “group” of shorebirds, which we do largely by focusing on structure.

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