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The Birdist's Rules of Birding
Take flight with Audubon
Birdist Rule #31: Dress Up Like a Bird for Halloween
October 27, 2016
— Not sure which one? Here are some ideas.
Birdist Rule #13: Behold the Bounty of the Sea!
October 20, 2016
— Don't worry, you can leave your barf bag at home.
Birdist Rule #23: Identify Your First Song Sparrow
October 13, 2016
— Once you do, all of those other “little brown jobs” get a little less confusing.
Birdist Rule #44: Learn to Love Landfills and Sewage Treatment Plants
October 6, 2016
— Ah, the sweet smell of birding success.
Birdist Rule ##79: Think of Something Nice to Say About Mallards
September 28, 2016
— Um . . . green is a good color on you?
Birdist Rule #82: Know Your Public Lands
September 21, 2016
— From local and national parks to national wildlife refuges and wilderness areas, these lands were made for you and me.
Birdist Rule #67: Prepare to Have Your Sightings Questioned
September 14, 2016
— It happens, but it's also not the end of the world.
Birdist Rule #104: Look at More Than Just Birds
September 8, 2016
— There's a whole world of plants and other species that you can also start identifying. What are you waiting for?
Birdist Rule #61: Find Your First Shorebird
September 1, 2016
— Trust me, look for a Killdeer.
Birdist Rule #2: Don't Be a Jerk
August 24, 2016
— There aren’t a lot of jerks in birding. Let’s keep it that way.
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