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Texans conducted 112 Christmas Bird Counts (CBCs) with 3510 birder-days on the way to reporting 378 species which included the rarities Great Shear
I seem to recall an old adage that the best birds were found under the coldest, most miserable conditions in winter, especially when it came to Chr
The 120th Christmas Bird Census (CBC) was successful in Québec again this year.
Geoff LeBaron breaks down everything we learned from the 120th Christmas Bird Count
Wintry weather arrived with a blast on Thanksgiving weekend, with heavy snow, which caused widespread damage to trees and shrubs in many areas.&nbs
Artificial plants, string, and netting can harm birds. Here's how to make your decor safe for them—and, with a bit of effort, even welcoming.
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