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Barbados Birding

Posted Tuesday 13th November 2012 at 07:59 by jimmmer
Hi Birding Pals
Next year Iím setting myself a personal challenge to photograph 100+ birds of Barbados. Iíve started a blog to help me keep track and to share my experience with birder like yourself you can follow the blog at http://100barbadosbirds.blogspot.com/. Please feel free to offer your comment and experiences of birding in Barbados, The Caribbean or birding in general.
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Seeing If

Posted Friday 2nd November 2012 at 01:55 by BPrincessAnn
Updated Friday 2nd November 2012 at 01:59 by BPrincessAnn (Putting Into A Category)
Just testing out my blog for the first time.
Since no one moved into the Camelia tree where the Scrub Jays made a nest, I thought to blog about something else here, so I am choosing the Catalina Island Eagles in Southern California, to see how well it goes here.

This is the first year I am documenting them from the beginning of the season, so here are a few pics of them.

Liberty & Justice are their names, they lost both their chicks last year - I wept with...
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Three Species of Orioles & a mini-fallout

Posted Sunday 28th October 2012 at 15:32 by Urban Birder McAllen
We've had an interesting Fall Migration. Check us out for my first video blog plus awesome pics of the Hooded, Baltimore, and Orchard Oriole and a whole lot more.

http://birdmecca.posterous.com/oriol...low-everything
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Oregon Junco

Posted Saturday 20th October 2012 at 18:04 by lastdefense
I saw another Junco today - this time a different subspecies. Yesterday was a Dark-Eyed Pink-Sided Junco and according to my research today was an Oregon Junco



Am I having too much fun with this?
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Woot!

Posted Friday 19th October 2012 at 18:56 by lastdefense
Super excited to have "discovered" a new type of bird today. With the help of the forum I learned that who I saw was a dark-eyed, pink sided Junco. Two of them! My yard was just buzzing this morning - I had some regulars - Mourning Doves and Sparrows - but also a House Finch, a couple of Ravens and of course the Juncos :)
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