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Tag Archives: Cornell Lab of Ornithology
I’m frequently asked about my recommendations for binoculars. My first recommendation is yes, you should get a pair. Sure, you can do a lot of birding without binoculars – and 90% or more of the birds I encounter I detect … Continue reading
The updated Landbird Conservation Plan from Partners in Flight has just been released. As with previous iterations, the emphasis is on applying objective criteria to determine those species in most need of conservation, delineating the habitats within ecoregions important for … Continue reading
It ain’t much better than the last one. Check out the press release for the 2016 State of the Birds Report to see the gains and losses in conservation, and consider options for the future. (Complete and well-organized overview here.) … Continue reading
Latest eBird News here! In addition to the latest BirdCast, I’m especially interested to learn more about eBird Taiwan!
There are lots of neat new updates from the Cornell Lab eNews. Among them:
Among other interesting stories, the latest eBird news announces a new line of eBird merch and a Global Big Day on May 9th!
With some great advice about winter bird feeding and a host of other interesting content, check out the latest Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology eNewsletter.
There is lots of great birding to be had in November. The latest edition of the Cornell Lab eNewsletter will get you excited to get out there and see for yourself.
With the proliferation of live webcams of animal behavior in real time, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology has consolidated updates for several popular ones. I really enjoy that Ontario FeederWatch Cam, for its Ruffed Grouse and northern finchy things. Here … Continue reading
Follow the story here, and watch the hatching live!
Following updates on eBird is easy with their new newsletter. This first issue features an important journal article recently published that illustrates the growth and power of eBird as a tool for conservation.
There is no better source for binocular purchasing advice than that provided periodically by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and they’ve just completed a new review! As another endorsement, the best place to purchase your new binocs is from Eagle … Continue reading
Check out the latest updates from the Lab, included two new Project Feederwatch cameras. Here’s the view from Sapsucker Woods, and the Evening Grosbeaks are a real treat from this camera in Ontario. Also, Project Feederwatch has its own new … Continue reading