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A comprehensive birding web site with an international focus. Trip reports, photos, news, articles, forums, blogs.
Although Arizona birding often focuses on hummingbirds and other specialties of the southeastern desert, great birding also exists in the state's mountains.
National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America (National Geographic Backyard Guides)
Click here to watch in high quality!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSB71jNq-yQ David Attenborough presents the amazing lyre bird, which mimics the calls of...
Stephen Moss: Richard Dawkins has a point - we should love our birds, whether they appear to be cute and fluffy or 'menacing' predators...
Close to Venezuela, the republic of Trinidad and Tobago is the premier Caribbean birding site. It's easy to bird Tobago, and the rewards are astounding.
Excellent resource site for bird enthusiasts of all sorts. Highly worth bookmarking.
The Parrot Club invites bird enthusiasts of all ages to its eleventh annual Birdie Bash on Saturday, July 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Clubhouse in East Hartford. The event...
Mazatlan is a tourist destination well-known for its golden beaches, shrimp and deep sea fishing. It's also at the heart of some of Mexico's best birding.
Mexico hosts some 65 hummingbird species, nearly triple those found in North America. Of these, just 7 are regularly seen in Baja, and only one is endemic.
Stunning images and quality writing.
American Bird Conservancy (ABC) and its partners are creating a cooperative approach to bird conservation that is being implemented with the goal of helping birds and parrots conservation in Central and South America.
Hummingbirds rely on nectar for as much as 90 percent of their diet. With severe temperature drops, sugar water feeders become critically important.
Popular southeast Arizona birding sites draw visitors from around the world. Underbirded areas, like the Cochise Stronghold, should be targeted as well.