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The Brown Thrasher, a bird of character

The Brown Thrasher, a bird of character

A large brown bird scratches around in the leaf litter, its long red-brown tail enabling it to turn suddenly as it uncovers choice grubs from ... Read more

A river of Warblers along the Blue Ridge

A river of Warblers along the Blue Ridge

Early fall in the North Carolina Mountains is always exciting and gives us an early taste of what is hopefully ahead of us over the ... Read more

Late spring along the Suffolk Coast in England

Late spring along the Suffolk Coast in England

  Yes it was raining when I arrived. It’s seems as if it’s always raining in England…well almost always! But it’s green, very green indeed. ... Read more

Birding at FENCE

Birding at FENCE

It was a chilly morning when we met at FENCE (Foothills Equestrian Nature Center) in Tryon. A front was still clinging on to the shady ... Read more

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  1. Witnessing a wildlife spectacle just over Smokies
  2. Try out bad weather birding
  3. Catching early spring in Honduras
  4. Tree swallows: often our first spring arrivals
  5. Cleveland County; some fine spring birding
  6. Woodcock watch in Jackson Park during February
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