The American Birdiing Association is happy to announce the winners of the 2013 Young Birder of the Year Contest. Sixteen-year-old Ioana Seritan, from Davis, California, and 13-year-old Eric Hughes, from Pottstown, Pennsylvania, took top honors and will receive the grand prize of a Leica Trinovid bionocular courtesy of Leica Sport Optics, ABA Young Birder Programs Legacy Sponsor.
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March is a cooly pleasant month. The first birdsongs begin their melodious reverberations and the first tastefully hued flowers begin to emerge.
Are you interested in the challenge of bringing together the skills and talents of young birders across the world and working to create a truly unique and outstanding young birder blog? If so, now is [...]
Camp Colorado is in full swing this week in Estes Park, Colorado. Twenty campers from around the country are enjoying the beautiful birds and habitats of the Colorado Rockies and Grasslands. We are having a [...]
When I took over as blog manager for The Eyrie a little over two years ago, we immediately began talking about ways to reinvigorate the young birder blog of the ABA. One of the top items [...]
Here's another quick update from 2013 Camp Colorado in the field!
Bald Eagles lined the nearby river flats, watching wigeon flocks swimming around the marshy areas. The roadside ponds and meadows were home to the abundant residents of the region that welcomed us as we passed
VENT’s Camp Chiricahua, sponsored by the ABA, took place in early August in southeastern Arizona. Thirteen campers from across the U.S. and as far away as Panama arrived in Tucson on Tuesday, August 6 to [...]
Cost: FREE8am-4pm Saturday, September 21, 2013 Saturday, September 21, 2013 is Young Birders' Day at the MBS. All activities in the Rhein Center, Hoover Auditorium and The Birders' Marketplace and birding at our local birding [...]
In the two years since I took over the management of The Eyrie, I have been helped by a stellar team of young birders--the Student Blog Editors.