Bird News

Hakeas and Honeyeaters
Birdnews
By / May 29, 2022

Hakeas and Honeyeaters

At the moment around Broome we have Hakea macrocarpa flowering profusely. The trees will be flowering for a few months...

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Out Birding to Help an Endemic Sparrow in Costa Rica
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By / May 28, 2022

Out Birding to Help an Endemic Sparrow in Costa Rica

I won’t be answering any messages this morning, won’t be available. Won’t be taking any phone calls either but I’ve...

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Birding Sanming, Fujian
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By / May 26, 2022

Birding Sanming, Fujian

When birding a rural place such as Sanming in winter, you already know that the only places and times you...

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New coloring book highlights 12 Black birders
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By / May 26, 2022

New coloring book highlights 12 Black birders

Book profiles Tykee James, Corina Newsome, Mamie Parker, J. Drew Lanham, and others. Read More "New coloring book highlights 12...

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Books about bird vagrancy, a Yellow Warbler’s journey, and more
Birdnews
By / May 26, 2022

Books about bird vagrancy, a Yellow Warbler’s journey, and more

This round-up highlights female conservation heroes, stories about birding adventures, Belted Kingfisher, and more. Read More "Books about bird vagrancy,...

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10 places to find Prothonotary Warbler
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By / May 26, 2022

10 places to find Prothonotary Warbler

Locations from Minnesota to South Carolina to Colombia where you can spot this beautiful warbler. Read More "10 places to...

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A passion for Prothonotary Warblers
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By / May 26, 2022

A passion for Prothonotary Warblers

Why birding groups in Jackson, Mississippi, pay close attention to the breeding success of their local Prothonotary Warblers. Read More...

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Weird Towhees
Birdnews
By / May 25, 2022

Weird Towhees

Towhees are large, ground-hugging sparrows that occur only in North America. They belong to either the Pipilo or Melozone genera,...

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Big Day on a Tiny Island
Birdnews
By / May 25, 2022

Big Day on a Tiny Island

The island of Tobago isn’t the smallest in absolute terms, but it’s pretty tiny at approximately 25 miles long and...

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New ‘critical sites’ for Red Knots in South Carolina
Birdnews
By / May 24, 2022

New ‘critical sites’ for Red Knots in South Carolina

In 2021, about 41 percent of the rufa subspecies of Red Knot stopped over during their spring migration on two...

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