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Introducing the Whimbrel Birders Club!

Whimbrel Birders Club was established at the first annual Illinois Young Birders Symposium in August 2016. We are a birding club truly meant for everyone, no matter your age, disability, or ethnicity.

Introducing the Whimbrel Birders Club!2017-09-07T07:33:26-04:00

Open Mice: Kestrels–An Iowa Legacy

A few years ago, a short drive down my gravel road would yield at least one, if not two, American Kestrels perched on a power line or hovering mid-air above the grassy ditch. Today, I have begun to count myself lucky to drive past a mere one kestrel per week rather than the daily sightings.

Open Mice: Kestrels–An Iowa Legacy2017-05-16T11:29:05-04:00

It's the Maine Young Birders Club!

York County Audubon is helping to launch the Maine Young Birders Club (MYBC)—the first of its kind in the state!

It's the Maine Young Birders Club!2017-05-12T21:03:08-04:00

Open Mic: Birding opens up a new appreciation for the Sonoran Desert

In 2014 I was given the opportunity to go birding for the first time as part of a new All About Birds Program. Without previous experience, I decided to take the offer the staff at Ironwood Tree Experience gave me.

Open Mic: Birding opens up a new appreciation for the Sonoran Desert2016-12-01T10:02:42-05:00

Birding Alaska and an Interview with Dr. Nils Warnock

Did you know the Bar-tailed Godwit has the longest non-stop, flapping flight migration of any bird in the world? Learn more from young birder Dessi Sieburth and Audubon Alaska's Dr. Nils Warnock.

Birding Alaska and an Interview with Dr. Nils Warnock2016-10-25T11:57:22-04:00