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Birdwatching is your lifetime ticket to the theater of nature. Here are birding tips, software and CDs, birding binoculars and scopes, books, videos, stories and lore. In the Birdwatching Dot Com store, we offer bird feeders, bird baths, and bird houses. These are things to transform your backyard into an oasis of wildlife for you to enjoy. You'll find squirrel-proof feeders, hummingbird...
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Audubon’s mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity. From the forests of New England, where birds like the Wood Thrush nest and breed, to the beaches and marshlands that stretch down the coast and provide habitat for Piping Plovers and Saltmarsh Sparrows, Audubon...
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Use our Bird Guide to identify birds, learn about the life history, listen to the sounds, and watch bird behavior on video--the most comprehensive guide to Nort. The Cornell Lab will send you updates about birds, birding, and opportunities to help bird conservation. You can unsubscribe at any...
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Bird watching Information On Nesting, Feeding, and Mating Habits of N.A. Backyard Birds. Not sure what type of seed to offer the birds in your backyard? Check out our Bird Seed Chart and you'll see what bird is attracted to what seed. You'll also learn everything you need to know before you spend...
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The companion site to Watching Backyard Birds, a publication by Bird Watcher's Digest. Even though nesting season is over for the year, we couldn't resist sharing this photo, sent by Marie Noplos, of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. She wrote, "This is a photo I took of a female rubythroated hummingbird...
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Our tours are designed to satisfy the needs of all types of birders, from the brand new bird watcher to the seasoned veteran.... Our goal at Bird Treks is to provide you with a quality, enjoyable, professionally organized birding experience, to beautiful and exciting destinations, all at a reasonable and affordable price. Our tours are designed to satisfy the needs of all types of birders, from...
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Michigan Audubon is a non-profit organization that supports bird conservation, research, advocacy, and education programs, and is a National Audubon chapter. Michigan Audubon protects over 3,500 acres of bird habitat via a network of 19 sanctuary properties in Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas. Each property plays a critical role in protecting Michigan native plants and animals, including...
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Free bird feeder & bird house plans, choosing bird watching binoculars, make your own hummingbird nectar recipe, bird ID, best birding apps & more. Birds are part of our leisure life as well as our professional life. We look forward to sharing our passion & knowledge of birds with you. We also invite you to do the same so that we can build a friendly, online birding community... Whether you are...
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Dan and Cari Jo, down from MN, came out for a little paddle on the St Johns River. It was a perfect Florida February day. The river is popping with wildlife and most of the birds are in their breeding phase now. They’re showing off their fluffy feathers and their eyes and legs are starting to color up. There were many Purple Gallinule out with their young. The Moorhens, Ibis, Little and Great...
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Vietnam Bird Tour - Let iGrandtour have a chance to be with you and explore the diversity and abundance of birds in Vietnam... Order: Procellariiformes. Family: Hydrobatidae The storm-petrels are relatives of the petrels, and are the smallest of sea-birds. They feed on plank tonic crustaceans and small fish picked from the surface, typically while hovering. The flight is fluttering and...
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Worldwide birding tour company based in Tucson, Arizona. WINGS Birding Tours has more than 40 years of birdwatching experience and offers travel packages, tour itineraries, and newsletters. How has such a sensational birding spot, and a Greek island at that, remained so unappreciated for so long? Whatever the reason, Lesvos is now firmly established as one of the most bird-rich and stunningly...
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The North Carolina Birding Trail links 300+ bird watching sites and birders with communities, businesses and educational attractions. But it is more than lines on a map, and birders do more than seek out rare birds. They help others learn about birds. They help scientists collect data. They can benefit local economies. The North Carolina Birding Trail is a network in many ways, for the benefit...
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Fatbirder is the premier birders' web resource about birds, birding, birdwatching & birding software. Whether you are looking for facts about hummingbirds, songbirds, shorebirds or raptors in your backyard or are planning a trip or birding tour it's the site for you. There are tens of thousands of links on hundreds of pages about birding everywhere in the world; a page for every country & state...
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Birding-Binoculars.net is devoted to one of the most important tools any birder will use. We offer an indepth buying guide, FAQ, glossary and more. Birding, or bird watching, is an increasingly popular hobby. It's often quoted as being the fastest growing hobby in North America. Figures vary, but there are estimated to be between 50 and 75 million birders in the United States alone. Whatever...
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This ornithologically correct, traditional style Woodlink Bluebird House is designed specifically for bluebirds. Constructed of durable re-forested, kiln dried, inland red cedar it is both weather resistant and insect repelling. Assembled with rust resistant zinc chromate screws (not nails) to withstand temperature changes. Ideal for the Eastern, Western, and Mountain Bluebird. Designed with a...
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Identify birds in North America for bird watching or as a bird guide. Search engine for identifying birds. For birders and identification of wild birds. My name is Mitchell Waite and I would like to tell you about the Whatbird.com search engine used to identify birds of North America. What makes this engine so special is that it uses a parametric step-by-step approach as contrasted with all the...
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Are an ornithologist! If you enjoy the wild birds of Iowa, then you are one of us! No degrees, no training, no experience required. Learn More Join/Renew Now. Explore reports of rare birds in Iowa, document a rare bird, or learn how the process works. Explore Iowa's Important Bird Areas, a project of Iowa Audubon.
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To plan trips for wildlife viewing & enjoying the outdoors. Driving trails are provided for the South Jersey Bayshore, the Skylands & Pine Barrens regions and the Hackensack River Watershed. The NJ Birding and Wildlife Trails program is a product of. Why not learn more about NJ Audubon's Birding for Boaters program with links NJ Birding and Wildlife Trails sites that offer boating access. New...
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Ask almost any American birder to associate Nebraska with a single bird species, and the likely response will be “cranes!” It is true that Nebraska’s Platte Valley annually hosts the largest concentration of sandhill cranes occurring anywhere in the world, a half-million or so, and is the most often used stopover point for whooping cranes between their wintering and breeding grounds....
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Solitude. Birding is also the ideal solitary sport. There’s a special pleasure in going out alone to bird. Your mind settles down. Your senses open up, and all nature seems to become your friend. Birding is a sport of many moods, and it serves the causes of companionship and solitude equally well. Bird watching is a simple sport, but it is a sport! It requires practice, concentration, and...
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