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The Birdist’s Rules of Birding
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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.
Birdist Rule #50: Learn to Live with Bird Errors in TV and Movies
December 29, 2016
— Don't let the frustration drive you insane.
Birdist Rule #102: Travel Like a Birder
December 16, 2016
— Birds are everywhere, so always be ready.
Birdist Rule #48: Buy Birders a Gift They’ll Actually Use
December 8, 2016
— The answer isn’t just “put a bird on it.”
Birdist Rule #25: Go Join Your Local Audubon Christmas Bird Count
December 1, 2016
— It's the gift that keeps on giving.
Birdist Rule #80: Decide How You Feel About Eating Birds
November 23, 2016
— It’s a topic that’s kind of hard to avoid on Thanksgiving.
Birdist Rule #11: Always Bring a Camera
November 17, 2016
— Then take pictures. Lots of pictures.
Birdist Rule #3: Take a Stand for Birds
November 11, 2016
— The election is over, but the work is just beginning.
Birdist Rule #101: Learn About the People Certain Birds Are Named After
November 3, 2016
— Like this Cooper's Hawk. Know who it was named for? Didn't think so.
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