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  • Blog Birding #360

    Spring means time to reflect on migratory birds but also time to reflect on how we, as birders, fit into things. At Avian Ecologist, Jessica Gorzo shares what she loves most about being a birding. Once I invested the time, though, and learned more about the birds around me, […]

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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 #11

    Waterbirds. They are among the first birds that we learn. Most are found in the open. Most are easy to identify. And most receive little attention after the first few years of birding.

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