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  • Rare Bird Alert: July 13, 2018

    Continuing birds in the ABA Area includes still-present Tamaulipas Crows (ABA Code 4) in Texas, a pair of Tufted Flycatchers (4) in Arizona, and Little Egrets staying put in both Maine and Newfoundland. A Zenaida Dove (5) in Miami-Dade, not far from the city of Miami and […]

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July 2018 Photo Quiz

July 6th, 2018|

Our departing quiz bird may annoy some birders, as it did not stick around long enough to be identified. However, such birds can often be identified...

  • ID Challenge #3ID Challenge #3

    Identifying many birds in flight can be challenging. Birds often fly away from us.

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