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  • A Life Evolved in Tandem with America

    A review by Elizabeth J. Rosenthal John James Audubon: The Nature of the American Woodsman, by Gregory Nobles University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017 352 pages, hardcover ABA Sales / Buteo Books 14844 When 18-year-old John James Audubon arrived in America from Napoleonic […]

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Identification

ABA Photo Quiz – April 2018

April 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 #10

    When dealing with a relatively uneventful bird such as this, it’s best to return to the basics and focus on size and shape/structure. In this case, it’s hard to make out the size for certain, but we can make a reasonable assumption from the twig that this is a fairly small bird.

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