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Birdist Rule #70: Get Prepared for Spring Migration
March 23, 2017
— Know where you need to be, when you need to be there, and what you might see.
Birdist Rule #56: Figure Out Your Food Strategy While Birding
March 9, 2017
— Are you a bring-it-from-home type of person, or do you enjoy grabbing your meals on the go?
Birdist Rule #61: Find Your First Phoebe, the Gateway Flycatcher
February 23, 2017
— Identifying flycatchers can be unbelievably frustrating, so start off easy.
Birdist Rule #75: Get a Bird Tattoo, and Make It a Good One
February 16, 2017
— What makes a good bird tattoo you ask? Well, read on!
Birdist Rule #42: Discover the Thrill of Chasing a Rare Bird
February 9, 2017
— There's nothing like the excitement—and dread—that comes from driving across multiple states to possibly see a rarity.
Birdist Rule #7: Take a Kid Birding
February 3, 2017
— Helping the next generation learn the joys of birding is important, but first you have to make it fun. Try these tips.
Birdist Rule #106: Go Find Yourself a Bufflehead
January 26, 2017
— Ready to move on from Mallards? Start with these adorable little ducks.
Birdist Rule #93: Understand How Different Raptors Are Built to Hunt Their Prey
January 19, 2017
— Other than just being cool to know, it can also help you find and identify them.
Birdist Rule #29: Try Birding After Dark
January 12, 2017
— It can be a challenge, but it can also be highly rewarding.
Birdist Rule #99: Make Some New Year's Birding Resolutions
January 5, 2017
— Let 2017 be your best birding year yet.
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