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  1. Sibley's Birding Basics by David Allen Sibley, 2002-10-01
  2. Global Birding: Traveling the World in Search of Birds by Les Beletsky, 2010-09-21
  3. Birding Northern California by John Kemper, 1999-03-01
  4. Birding by Ear: Eastern and Central North America (Peterson Field Guides(R)) by Richard K. Walton, Robert W. Lawson, 2002-04-04
  5. Fifty Places to Go Birding Before You Die: Birding Experts Share The World's Greatest Destinations by Chris Santella, 2007-11-01
  6. Birding Florida: Over 200 Prime Birding Sites at 54 Locations (Birding Series) by Brian Rapoza, 2007-08-01
  7. A Peterson Field Guide to Advanced Birding: Birding Challenges and How to Approach Them by Kenn Kaufman, 1999-03-01
  8. Birding On Borrowed Time by Phoebe Snetsinger, 2003-06-01
  9. All Things Reconsidered: My Birding Adventures by Roger Tory Peterson, 2007-11-14
  10. National Geographic Birding Essentials by Jonathan Alderfer, Jon L. Dunn, 2007-10-30
  11. Birding Texas by Roland H. Wauer, 1998-05-01
  12. Finding Birds on the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail: Houston, Galveston, and the Upper Texas Coast (Gulf Coast Books, sponsored by Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi) by Ted L. Eubanks Jr., Robert A. Behrstock, et all 2008-04-02
  13. Best-Ever Backyard Birding Tips: Hundreds of Easy Ways to Attract the Birds You Love to Watch (Rodale Organic Gardening Books) by Deborah L. Martin, Editors of Rodale Garden Books, 2008-07-22
  14. Zen Birding by David M. White, Susan M. Guyette, 2010-11-16

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Follow this brief guide to choosing a good pair of birding binos and you will soon hold the key to exciting birding adventures. Read more
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Why Birds Attack
Monday May 26, 2008 Have you ever asked yourself why the heck do crows dive-bomb hawks? And why do passerines gang up on owls roosting during the day? These are examples of a common anti-predator behavior called mobbing. Mobbing displays - like the mockingbird shown mobbing a crow in the photo - are very common this time of year. You can read more about mobbing behavior and why birds do it in this new article Photo © William C. Webb

4. Birding On The Web
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5. Birding Basics
Did you know that birding is the number one sport in America? According to US Fish and Wildlife Service, there are currently 51.3 million birders in the
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Need birding supplies? Visit Audubon’s Marketplace for binoculars guides , and more! Audubon at Home Bird Watching Birding Basics Did you know that birding is the number one sport in America? According to US Fish and Wildlife Service, there are currently 51.3 million birders in the United States alone, and this number continues to grow!

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Binoculars at Optics4birding. Your source for binoculars, spotting scopes, tripods, night vision and range finders.
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... Search Google HotBirds GoogleImages WeatherMonster GoogleNews NYTimesBooks Bartleby Amazon-Books Amazon-Records for Droppings: 04/17/08 Woodland Birds of North America a new guide A very fine guide-but-not-a-field-guide is "Woodland Birds of North America", a paperback written by and with terrific photographs by Scott Leslie. More than 100 woodland species are presented with each entry including short but information-packed paragraphs on appearance, habitat, behavior, calls, food, family life and conservation concerns. Further information is here 04/03/08 Kenya Birding Today I received the following email today: From isabelnanton Wed Apr 2 22:11:06 2008 Subject: Birding in Kenya I just returned from my homeland, after 10 weeks during which the country went through post-election upheavals. At no time, while there, was my activities as a keen, but amateur birder disrupted. In fact, there has probably never been a better time to go birding in Kenya: the parks are empty, Kenyans' tourism industry has been decimated by the media reports and yet, the birding remains some of the most rewarding on the planet... I hope keen birders will feel encouraged to book that trip to Kenya and help in the restoration of the tourism economy (each Kenyan employed supports 8-10 people) and keeps those lovely birds visible. isabel nanton journalist

8. The Virtual Birder ® : North American Birding & Birds
Test your birding skills as you explore habitats in these Myststyle explorations. Compete for top score. RBAs and Links sorted by State and Province.
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    10. Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory - Welcome!
    Information on birds and birding in southeastern Arizona.
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    Welcome to SABO! The Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory (SABO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of the birds of southeastern Arizona, their habitats and the diversity of species that share those habitats through research, monitoring and public education. SABO was founded in 1996 to address the growing needs for educational activities, ecotourism development and conservation-oriented research on both public and private lands in southeastern Arizona. Working cooperatively with government agencies, other non-profit organizations, businesses, and private landowners, SABO takes an active but non-confrontational role in local and regional conservation. Its programs include: guided bird walks, tours, and educational workshops at local birding "hot spots" a study of hummingbird migration on the San Pedro River in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management, Friends of the San Pedro River, and private landowners the Arizona Hummingbird Survey , a statewide citizen science project classroom presentations, school field trips, and community seminars

    11. Birdwatching Dot Com - About Wild Birds And Birding
    Birdwatching is your lifetime ticket to the theater of nature. Here are birding tips, software and CDs, birding binoculars and scopes, books, videos,
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    Our hummers have arrived. We've hung up the newest thing to attract hummingbirds. It's the Hummer Helper nesting material. Hang it close to your window, and watch the female hummers take it. It encourages them to nest in your yard! We enjoy sharing the lore of birding in a free e-newsletter about birds and birding. For a sample, click the miniature at right to see the March, 2008, issue. Please feel free to subscribe Or see some back issues We hope you'll find some good ideas here to help you have fun watching birds. Birdwatching is your lifetime ticket to the theater of nature. Vortex binoculars . We're impressed! Vortex makes good optics, in the same factories as big-name manufacturers. Quality? Comparable. Price? A

    12. 10,000 Birds: Birding, Blogging, Conservation, And Commentary
    Web log of a team of new birders from New York chronicling their efforts to see all the world s species.
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    Organisation: Neotropical Bird Club The Neotropical Bird Club (UK registered charity 1040130) has been established to: foster an interest in the birds of the Neotropics amongst birdwatchers throughout the world
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    On May 16th (after visiting both Marievale and Suikerbosrand on the 15th) I spent the morning driving up and back down the Zaagkiuldrift gravel road...
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    A couple of days ago I posted a short trip report on a visit I made to one of my favourite spots on earth - Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve in South...
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    13. Birdwatching - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Birdwatching or birding is the observation and study of birds with the naked eye Most birders and birdwatchers pursue this activity for recreational or
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    Jump to: navigation search People birdwatching on Orchid Island in Indian River County, Florida Birdwatching or birding is the observation and study of birds with the naked eye or through a visual enhancement device like binoculars . Birding often involves a significant auditory component, as many bird species are more readily detected and identified by ear than by eye. Most birders and birdwatchers pursue this activity for recreational or social reasons, unlike ornithologists , who are engaged in the formal scientific study of birds.
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    Both in Britain and in the U.S., 'birders' often differentiate themselves from 'birdwatchers'. At the most basic level the distinction is one of dedication or intensity. Self-described 'birders' are more focused on finding and studying birds than on general observation, and they tend to be more versed in such minutiae as moult , distribution, migration timing and routes, and habitat usage. Dedicated birders tend to invest more in high-quality optical equipment, such as

    14. Southwest Birders - Custom Birding & Nature Tours
    Southwest Birders Custom birding tours in California, Arizona, and Texas. Our web site offers birdfinding guides, illustrated trip reports,
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    Finding Birds in Yuma County, Arizona Want to see a LeConte's Thrasher?
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    Watch dozens of wintering Ferruginous Hawks feeding on gophers? Now you can order a copy of Finding Birds in Yuma County, Arizona. This 75-page book provides detailed accounts of the fifteen best sites in southwestern Arizona. Each chapter contains the following information: habitat, target birds, description, birding suggestions, and driving directions. The price is only $15.00. Click here to preview a sample chapter and for ordering instructions.
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    Jim Rorabaugh and I made a four-day trip to the Chiricahua and Huachuca Mts of southeast Arizona late in September. In addition to many great birds, we found lots of snakes, lizards, damselflies, and butterflies. A Mohave rattlesnake with a belly full of white-throated wood rat and a crab spider devouring a leaf-cutter bee were just two of our interesting finds. Read the story and look at the many photos

    15. Birdwatching Contacts And Information Around The World.
    Find birders to go birdwatching with anywhere in the world.
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    16. Birding Babylon
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    Friday, February 16, 2007
    Lesser White-fronted Goose at Samarra Dam
    On Feb 4, the Russian group tracking the remaining two Lesser White Fronted Geese that are transmitting signals from their tags showed the bird that has spent much of the winter in Syria moving to the large wetland at Samarra in Iraq. The Samarra Dam Area on the Tigris River is a designated important bird area (IBA). The Samarra Barrage is composed of two dams, a flood control dam (also called the Tharthar dam locally) and a Hydroelectric generation dam. Samarra has great cultural significance and unfortunately was where the golden dome of the Al-Askari Mosque was severely damaged last year, precipitating a wave of violence. Samarra also has the famous Great Mosque with a unique spiral minaret. In a future more peaceful Iraq, Samarra would make a good place for a field station/ecotourism site.
    Seeing that this goose had made its way to a area that has been a focus of violence was very symbolic for me. In the midst of violence something magical, a bird that has travelled over 3000 miles from Siberia and the fact we can see where its been.

    17. Bird Watcher S Digest Magazine - Online Resource Center On Birds
    Our site is an online resource center all about birds and bird watching, all the time! Visit us for hummingbird information, birding news,

    18. Backyard Birding
    By the Baltimore Bird Club, a chapter of the Maryland Ornithological Society.
    Welcome to the Backyard Birding Page, a service of the Baltimore Bird Club . If you need to know how and what to feed the birds, or how large to make the entry hole on a bluebird box, or which shrubs and flowers to plant in order to attract birds, you've come to the right place. There are also yardlists and journals from backyard birders, and links to other web sites of interest.

    19. Birding On Ambergris Caye, Birds Of Belize
    birding tours for all areas of Belize, and information about birding on Ambergris Caye and in Belize.
    The Birds of Ambergris Caye and Belize
    Quietly but steadily Ambergris Caye has been developing a private bird sanctuary. The sanctuary is located in the narrow but rich littoral forest region south of San Pedro, at Caribbean Villas. The littoral forest is filled with a vast abundance of fruiting trees and shrubs. Some of the most important are the gumbo lumbo, the bearded fig, the wild sapodilla and the coco plum. These trees support a great array of birds. Sitting in the center of the littoral forest is their towering "people perch". This multi-level observation tower was built especially for birders. It provides birders a superb opportunity to view birds from above the canopy of flowers and trees. This 360 degree view reaches to the Caribbean to the east, Hol Chan Marine Preserve to the south, San Pedro on the north and west to the San Pedro Lagoon and the Chetumal Bay beyond. Birds frequently seen from the "people perch" include the white-eyed vireo, Yucatan vireo, common tody flycatcher, great Kiskadee, black catbird, yellow-bellied elaenia, white-collared seedeater, golden-fronted woodpecker, black-headed salator and the hooded oriole. Less frequent but recent visitors have been a pair of green-breasted mango hummingbirds, numerous eastern kingbirds, both the scarlet and summer tanagers, two regal white-crowned pigeons and a rose- throated becard.

    20. Mainebirding Information About Birding In The State Of Maine
    News, Atlantic Puffin information, Maine birds email list, site guides, checklist, rare bird alerts, and bird feeding tips.

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