Tropicbirds Updates-World Series

The Tropicbirds have descended upon Cape May and are scouting. They have successfully chased Bar-tailed Godwit and are on the hunt for Upland Sandpiper. Be sure to return to this page tomorrow for updates on the Big Day.

7:00 AM: The Tropicbirds are cleaning up on warblers but still need a Kentucky. They began the night with three owl species and a hail storm. They are on their way to Belleplain State Forest….

9am-85 species including Bay-breasted Warbler, and they haven’t hit the coast yet

12pm-Greater Yellowlegs makes 118, off to chase White-rumped Sandpiper

4pm-122 species, including Yellow-crowned Night Heron (nesting) and 22 warbler species.

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Good luck in the home stretch Tropicbirds!

8:25 PM-138 species and off to Jake's landing

11PM-139 species, Chuck-will's-widow is the latest

The Tropicbirds have finished the competition with141 species and have placed 5th in level 3, division c (in other words, in their age category)

2010-05-14T14:40:51+00:00
ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE 2018 ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION


In accordance with the bylaws of the American Birding Association, the Board of Directors has set the date for the next Annual Meeting of the Members of the Association for Saturday, September 22, 2018. Time and place are 4:00 PM, Saturday, September 22, 2018, at the American Birding Expo, to be held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, 100 Station Ave, Oaks, PA 19456 

The official Notice of the Meeting and the Proxy will be distributed to members on or after July 24, 2018, but no later than September 12, 2018

Please click here for location, electronic proxy ballot and other details >>
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