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  1. Rare Bird of Fashion: The Irreverent Iris Apfel by Eric Boman, 2007-03-09
  2. Atlas of Rare Birds by Dominic Couzens, 2010-10-31
  3. The Ice-Cream Cone Coot and Other Rare Birds by Arnold Lobel, 1980
  4. Rare Encounters with Ordinary Birds: Notes from a Northwest Year by Lyanda Lynn Haupt, 2001-11
  5. Rare Birds by Edward Riche, 1997
  6. Rare and Elusive Birds of North America by William Burt, 2001-10-19
  7. Rare Birds by Amanda de Cadenet, Sophie Dahl, et all 2005-09-01
  8. Rare Bird: Pursuing the Mystery of the Marbled Murrelet by Maria Mudd Ruth, 2005-06-04
  9. Rare Encounters with Ordinary Birds by Lyanda Lynn Haupt, 2004-06-14
  10. Rare Birds of the World: A Collins/Icbp Handbook by Guy Mountfort, Norman Arlott, 1989-04
  11. Rare Birds: An American Family by Dan Bessie, 2000-10-19
  12. Another Field Guide to Little Known and Seldom Seen Birds of North America by Ben Sill, Cathryn Sill, et all 1990-03
  13. Globally Threatened Birds in Europe by Council of Europe, 1996-11
  14. Spix's Macaw: The Race to Save the World's Rarest Bird by Tony Juniper, 2004-11-16

1. Arkansas Bird Records Committee - Arkansas Audubon Society
Browse Our Site About AAS AAS Trust Halberg Ecology Camp Bird Records Committee Newsletter Bird Discussion List Join the AAS Privacy Policy
Return to Home Page Question? Comments? Contact Us! Browse Our Site: About AAS AAS Trust Halberg Ecology Camp Bird R ... Bird Records Database Arkansas Bird Records Committee Arkansas Birds . The ABRC also maintains and periodically publishes the official Arkansas State Bird List. The latest Curator's report from the AAS newsletter, Arkansas Birds: Distribution and Abundance of Arkansas Birds Fall Season: August - November, 2007 BLACK-BELLIED WHISTLING-DUCK: The 60 seen at Grassy Lake, Hempstead County, 9-2, by Dan Scheiman was a large number, even for Southwest Arkansas. In Southeast Arkansas, where they are somewhat rare, three-seven adults were seen near Arkansas City in Desha County on 8-4, 8-11, and 9-1 by Kenny and Ladonna Nichols, and Dick and Sarah Baxter.
FULVOUS WHISTLING-DUCK: Two to 12 adults were seen in the period: 9-1 to 10-13 near Arkansas City by DBa, SBa, et al. These ducks are rare , and when seen during the fall, it is usually before Oct. 1.
SNOW GOOSE: The white morph adult seen 9-8 by DSc and Samantha Holschbach at Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge, White County, was very early, as was the blue morph adult seen on 9-15 by DSc, Dennis Braddy, mob. at Wapanocca National Wildlife Refuge, Crittenden County. The usual arrival date is in late October.

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3. Rare Birds - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Retrieved from http// . Categories 2001 films Canadian films Englishlanguage films Canadian comedy films
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Jump to: navigation search Rare Birds Directed by Sturla Gunnarsson Paul Pope
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... January 27 DVD Iceland November 21 Reykjavik International Film Festival Spain ... June 15 DVD Running time 99 mins. Country Canada Language English Budget 5,000,000 (estimate) IMDb profile Rare Birds is a Canadian comedy drama film . It was directed by Sturla Gunnarsson and written by Edward Riche based on his novel
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Dave (Hurt) has had some bad luck recently. His wife lives in Washington, DC , his restaurant is not doing good business. Phonse (Jones) helps Dave by making up a story about a rare bird sighting which begins to help Dave's business. Phonse also finds ten kilos of cocaine and tries to get rid of it with the help of Dave.
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4. Nature Alley - Rare Birds - Kern Specialties
Nature Ali is a nonprofit company specializing in Kern County, California wildlife, graphical and web design, trigger point myotherapy, and biological
Blue Grouse - male displaying Glaucous-winged Gull - 1st year juvenile Mt. Vernon Sewer Pond - Bakersfield 11-28-03 12:51 p.m. Slate-colored Junco Seclusion Rd - Mtn. Mesa 12-25-2002 12:19 p.m. Thanks to Guy McCaskie for identifying this "partially albanistic Slate-colored Fox Sparrow" from my backyard - Mtn Mesa, California 24 Dec. 2002 - 10:22 a.m. White-winged Dove Zenaida asiatica. Silver Saddle Resort at Galileo Hill, Kern County, California. Taken at 9:48 a.m. on August 25, 2002 at the office across the road from the bungalows Nature Alley is dedicated to protecting natural communities wherever they exist. She is involved in many scientific and educational programs, promoting environmental appreciation and ethics. Kern Rarities A series of simple checklists for use in the field Kern Amphibian Checklist Kern Bird Checklist Kern Butterfly Checklist Tulare Butterfly Checklist ... Kern County Birding by Michael McQuerrey - A listserve discussion group of Kern County Birding CalBirds by Steve Sosensky - A listserve discussion of rare birds, birding events and other things significant to California birders

5. Probable Great Black-backed And Herring Gull Hybrid
Probable Great Blackbacked and Herring Gull Hybrid. Photographed at North Point Marina in Illinois on February 9, 2008 by Robert Hughes
Probable Great Black-backed and Herring Gull Hybrid
Photographed at North Point Marina in Illinois on February 9, 2008 by Robert Hughes
Taken with a Questar telescope and a Fujifilm A820 digital camera This gull was similar to a Great Black-backed Gull except for:
  • The grayish mantle color, similar to the mantle color of an adult graellsii Lesser Black-backed Gull. The dark streaking on the neck.

6. Rare Birds In Lincolnshire - Richardson's Canada Goose Branta Canadensis Hutchin
Richardson s Canada Goose. Lincolnshire Bird Club Website http// For the Latest Uploaded Images of Lincolnshire Birds Click Here
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For the Latest Uploaded Images of Lincolnshire Birds Click Here Birds in Lincolnshire Richardson's canada Goose Branta canadensis hutchinsii. (Possible Escape?)
Frieston Lincs 16th Feb 2003
Similiar in size to a Barnacle Goose, dumpy body with a short thick neck, square head and steep forehead, breast brown toned with a variable pale ( whitish) line at the base of the Neck-sock. At times shows a silvery apperance to the plumage, legs short and bill medium sized.
The small size eliminates all forms bar, Hutchinsii, minima and Leucopareia and as the last two forms are Western and Hutchinsii breeds as close as Greenland it can be expected as a vagrant to Britian. Stephen Botham
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Lincolnshire Bird Latest Photo Album
For the Latest Upload Images of Lincolnshire Birds Click Here Lincolnshire Bird Club 2001 - 2005 - Website Forktail Design

Scientific, artistic, and inspirational, this 600page book synthesizes the work of the California Bird Records Committee from 1970 through 2006,
Scientific, artistic, and inspirational, this 600-page book synthesizes the work of the California Bird Records Committee from 1970 through 2006, putting every vagrant to California in its geographical and historical context. It is generously illustrated with color and black and white photography, including the best photographs ever taken in California of rare birds. Maps and charts depict spatial and temporal distributions, and the interpretive text adds value far beyond the lists of records. Rare Birds of California can be sitting in your library within a few short days!
A discount of 10% is available for every copy sold to a WFO member or for every order of ten books or more.
Shipping and handling are an additional $6.00 per copy.
California sales tax is 8.25% per copy.
Including tax , shipping and handling the total amount per copy is $64.46 for members
$70.95 for nonmembers.
You can place orders securely at Allen Press or via email at or by phone at 1-800-627-0326.
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9. Rare Birds In Manitoba
Manitoba Naturalists Society — MB_birds. Manitoba Naturalists Society MB_birds home Rare Birds Bird Queries Miscellaneous MNS Birding page
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  • Yellow-crowned Night-Heron Discussion about these images should be directed to Manitobabirds on Yahoo!Groups. Your photos should be submitted as attachments to Manitoba Naturalists Society
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  • 10. Rare Birds LinkedWords™ - Contextually Find And Manage Web Information
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    11. Rare Birds Reported In Area! - Fall Migration Has Started. - Trails Section - Cl
    Vol. 17 No. 21, Final Edition. Choose a Section, , Front Page, Calendar, Datebook, Real Estate, Opinion, Search, Email, City Cam
    [an error occurred while processing this directive] Vol. 17 No. 21 Final Edition Choose a Section Front Page Calendar Datebook Real Estate Opinion Search E-mail City Cam Schools Public Affairs Trails Conservancy Wish List Free Classifieds! Free Auction! Masthead Advertise Marketplace Destinations Aluisi Real Estate Archer's Music Auto Accessories Bulldog News Fresno Republican MotherWire Mag PC Paramedics Points Unknown Presentations Inc. Reagan Library Sierra Portal Web Portal Inc. Rare Birds Reported in Area
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    Northern Cardinal in the back yard of a private residence along the Kings River about six miles east of Clovis near the community of Centerville.
    Society field trip to the Tulare County ponding basins, a number of other interesting sightings were made, including a Peregrine Falcon at the Caldwell ponds, at least two Golden Plovers at the Tulare wastewater treatment plant, a Burrowing Owl across from the treatment plant off of Page Avenue , and a rare sighting of an albino Cliff Swallow at the ponding basin at the corner of Page and Enterprise , perched on telephone wires.Also, twenty-five

    12. Rare Birds (2001) Rare Birds / Rare Birds (2001) - reviews, pictures, trailers - directed by Sam Feldman, Paul Pope, Jeff Sackman, Tamara Shannon,
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    13. | Rare Birds: Jayhawk Fans Proudly Display Favorite Colors Behind En
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    14. Live Search Local: American Bird Co
    American Wigeon at Covenham 12th October 2003 © Graham Catley 2003. http//

    15. BOP Lancashire 23/08/2007 [Archive] - BirdForum
    http// This image has now got me over the tail issue as the Male bird in the first photo shows.
    BirdForum Birding Worldwide PDA View Full Version : BOP Lancashire 23/08/2007 Sleeper Saturday 25th August 2007, 11:54 I took this photo of a BOP almost half a mile away and what is troubling me is the fact that although the tail really is kite it showed no red on upper tail and no fork was displayed the whole of the 3-5mins I watched it through the scope.
    Any ID tips are most welcome. Initially I felt young feemale Marsh Harrier but the consensous that have viewed image say Red Kite.
    Any futher coments would be welcome particularly how best to come to the correct ID. tarzzz Saturday 25th August 2007, 11:57 Kite for me.
    //Ben Rob Smallwood Saturday 25th August 2007, 13:39 How have you ruled out Black Kite? Saturday 25th August 2007, 14:06 Head, tail and general colouring look right for a Black Kite - a shame the primaries aren't spread. From the angle you've taken the photo I'd expect the tail to be a bit more concave on a red rather than the square-ish end this one shows. Where abouts did you see it Stephen? Sleeper Saturday 25th August 2007, 14:07

    16. Siberian Stonechat - AgriHelper
    Siberian Stonechat Saltfleet Oct 1st 2000 (c) Graham Catley. http// (39 words)
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    The African Stonechat Saxicola torquata torquata is also genetically distinct and probably best treated as a distinct species; it is non-migratory, and occurs throughout most of sub-Saharan Africa. The highly migratory eastern races like maura ( Siberian Stonechat ) are probably best treated as a separate species Saxicola maura, being genetically distinct. The European Stonechat Saxicola (torquata) rubicola is a small passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family Turdidae, but is now more generally considered to be an Old World flycatcher, Muscicapidae (303 words)
    BirdForum - Siberian Stonechat
    Now, they have again split the old S. torquata into the three Clement's accepted species, i.e., European Stonechat Siberian Stonechat and African Stonechat It's staked out a grass heap for most of this winter so I'll have a look this weekend..........not sure I'm quick enough on the draw for a photo but I'll let you know.

    17. Paul Marshall Photography - Wildlife And Nature Images
    2007. Eurasian Roller. Wales, August. Dotterel. Wales, April. Glossy Ibis. Gloucestershire, April. Barrow s Goldeneye. Scotland, April. Lesser Scaup

    18. Newfoundland Videos - Rare Birds
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    RARE BIRDS is a sweetheart of a film, whimsical and touching" - Roger Ebert
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    19. Rare Birds Movie Reviews, Pictures - Rotten Tomatoes
    Rare Birds movie reviews, trailers Check out Rotten Tomatoes Rare Birds clips, pictures, critic and user reviews, forums and the Tomatometer! Rotten Tomatoes GameSpy ... What is RT? document.write(""); document.write(""); Home Movies DVD Celebrities ... Showtimes document.write(""); document.write(""); RT Search Sear c h R T Showt i W eb Search MOVIES ON DVD RARE BIRDS Rate This Movie Write a Review
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    N/A N/A N/A N/A Reviews Counted: 13 Fresh: 8 Rotten:5 Average Rating: 6.1/10 How does the Tomatometer work? The Tomatometer measures the percentage of positive reviews from Approved Tomatometer Critics for a certain movie. Rated: Not Rated
    Runtime: 1 hr 41 mins Theatrical Release: Mar 1, 2002 Wide
    Synopsis: RARE BIRDS pits a seemingly overmatched and defeated Newfoundland man against his quirky best buddy, a warmly sexy acquaintance and his own mid-life crisis. Dave Purcell (William Hurt) is ready to call it quits on his marriage and his restaurant. His wife has left him for a job in... [More] Genre: Comedies Starring: William Hurt Molly Parker Andy Jones Sheila McCarthy Director: Sturla Gunnarsson
    Screenwriter: Edward Riche
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    Edition: DVD: Standard Edition VHS: Standard Edition VHS: Spanish Subtitled Release: May 28, 2002

    20. The RSPB: Advice: Rare Birds
    Rare birds. Male redspotted bluethroat. Mobile phones, telephone and pager services and the internet mean you can now share your sightings instantly.
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      Mobile phones, telephone and pager services and the internet mean you can now share your sightings instantly. If you discover a rare bird, please bear the following in mind:
      • Consider the potential impact of spreading the news and make an effort to inform the landowner (or, on a nature reserve, the warden) first. Think about whether the site can cope with a large number of visitors and whether sensitive species might be at risk, such as breeding terns, flocks of wading birds or rare plants. The County Bird Recorder or another experienced birdwatcher can often give good advice. On private land, always talk to the landowner first. With a little planning, access can often be arranged. 'Twitches' can raise money for a local reserve, other wildlife project or charity. Consider organising a voluntary collection at access points to the site. Rare breeding birds are at risk from egg-collectors and some birds of prey from persecution. If you discover a rare breeding species that you think is vulnerable, contact the RSPB, which has considerable experience in protecting rare breeding birds, and report it to the County Bird Recorder or the Rare Breeding Birds Panel (websites linked from this page). Also, consider telling the landowner – in most cases, this will ensure that the nest is not disturbed accidentally.
      If you have the opportunity to see a rare bird, enjoy it, but don’t let your enthusiasm override common sense. In addition to the guidelines above:

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