Category Archives: Northern Saw-Whet Owl

International Migratory Bird Day – 2010


Check out the Environment for the Americas to learn about plans for the 2010 International Migratory Bird Day celebration!

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Boreal Birds E-Update


For the latest Boreal Birds newsletter, click here.

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February boreal birds update


Click here to learn the latest conservation news relevant to birds of the boreal forest in North America.

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Great Backyard Bird Count 2009


You needn’t be an expert birder. You don’t have to stay in your backyard. You have Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday to produce as many checklists as you like. You’re not restricted to a count circle. You can do it … Continue reading

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Boreal Birds E-Update for November 2008


The latest Boreal Birds E-Update is available here.  Check it out.

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Christmas Bird Count 2008 – gettin’ ready!


As the lights come on and the wreaths come out, I’m gearing up for another Christmas Bird Count.  I will again be signing up volunteers, scouting my area, and asking my family to pretty much do without me on a … Continue reading

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Northern Saw-Whet Owls


Scott Weidensaul is one of my favorite nature writers.  I was just recommending him to a fellow nature enthusiast the other day, and decided I should link to his blog. Currently, Scott is involved in his 12th (!) season of … Continue reading

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