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Why You Need to Try Paddle Birding
August 18, 2017
— When in a canoe or kayak, you can observe and experience birds in a new way—and bank some memorable adventures while you're at it.
Birdist Rule #4: Avoid Making These Boneheaded Birding Mistakes
August 10, 2017
— As experienced by yours truly.
Shorebirds 101: What to Look for When You Hit the Water
August 4, 2017
— The diversity of shorebirds is stunning, but it can also be overwhelming. Here are four staple groups to get you started.
How to Go From Watching Birds to Drawing Them
July 26, 2017
— Sketching while outdoors or even at home will broaden your birding skill set and add a whole new dimension to the hobby.
Listen to Drew Lanham's Keynote Speech at the 2017 Audubon Convention in Utah
July 20, 2017
— An author, ornithologist, and professor of ecology and conservation at Clemson University, Lanham spoke on the importance of inclusiveness and diversity in birding, among other themes.
Birdist Rule #81: Learn How to Handle Your First ‘Dip’
July 13, 2017
— Missing a bird you've traveled to see, or ‘dipping,’ can be a disappointing experience. It’s also a birding rite of passage.
Four Vireos Worth Chasing in the U.S.
July 12, 2017
— They're rare, and they're rad. Here's where to find them.
One of These Chicks Does Not Belong in This Nest
July 7, 2017
— To identify the imposter, start with the adult.
Goodbye Thayer’s Gull, Hello Cassia Crossbill: This Year's Changes to the Official List of North American Birds
July 6, 2017
— The American Ornithological Society’s 2017 updates are here. Study up.
Birdist Rule #78: Go Find an Exotic Bird in the U.S.
June 29, 2017
— There are established populations all over the country, and some species even count toward your life list. They're also just thrilling to see.
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