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    Help Stop Destruction of Key Birding Habitat at Assateague

    Anyone who has birded the Assateague Island National Seashore knows that it is a fantastic place to bird year round. One of the great spots to bird is the Bayside Point area which is phenomenal during migration.

    During spring and fall, tens of thousands of migrants are utilizing the woodland area between the parking area [read more...]

      Blog Birding #148

      Highlights from the week’s bird blogging on migration forecasts, packing gear, Ring-billed Gull variation, airport birding, and forays into new areas. [read more...]

        The evolution of county listing

        Inveterate county lister Drew Weber attempts to explain the rise of this phenomenon from sea to shining sea. [read more...]

          Future tech

          Drew Weber takes a look at the incredible pace of technology for, and appropriated by, birders. What tech-birding advancements are you looking forward to? [read more...]

          Birders know well that the healthiest, most dynamic choruses contain many different voices. The birding community encompasses a wide variety of interests, talents, and convictions. All are welcome.
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            In 2000, the birding world greeted the arrival of the revolutionary new Sibley Guide to Birds. Now, 13 years later, we welcome the long awaited updated second edition of our favorite field guide. […]
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