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Meet Featured Blogger Jacob Gorneau!

Jacob Gorneau is an avid 15-year-old naturalist with a passion for birds and insects. He is a Ranger at Project Noah, where he is known as Jakubko or “J.” At Project Noah, he has suggested read more >>

Meet Featured Blogger Jacob Gorneau!2013-09-19T10:32:05-04:00

Meet Student Blog Editor Matty Hack!

Hi everybody, I’m Matty Hack, and I am a fifteen-year-old young birder hailing from Ann Arbor, Michigan. I got interested in birds when I was nine years old and my brother and I watched three read more >>

Meet Student Blog Editor Matty Hack!2013-09-14T11:54:35-04:00

Meet Student Blog Editor Rae Holcomb!

Rae Holcomb, age 16, is a self-described social birder. She believes that the spirit of birdwatching is derived not only from birds but also from our fellow birders. She enjoys nothing better than a day read more >>

Meet Student Blog Editor Rae Holcomb!2013-09-13T11:51:27-04:00

Young Birder Blog Birding #19

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

Young Birder Blog Birding #192013-07-30T14:16:15-04:00

Meet the 2013 ABA Young Birder of the Year!

I started birding just over three years ago. My interest in birds came almost out of nowhere. In the fall of 2009, I took my bird to the vet, where I realized that there are adults who work with birds for a living. The moment I had that realization, I was done for.

Meet the 2013 ABA Young Birder of the Year!2013-07-02T13:21:34-04:00

Young Birder Blog Birding #17

Spring generally means that winter doldrums and gloominess are left behind. The birds are back and singing, the flowers are blooming, and the air is warm, which always means paradise in Central Texas!

Young Birder Blog Birding #172013-05-28T14:04:00-04:00

Young Birder Blog Birding #14

Greetings, young birders! It’s February, and although the weather may still be wintry, the birds are starting to awake from the winter doldrums and get ready for spring. In northern Wisconsin, where I am currently snowed in, the chickadees have been fee-beeing and the goldfinches started singing today!

Young Birder Blog Birding #142013-02-25T13:12:53-05:00