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A Dream tha Become True!!!

Posted Wednesday 27th April 2011 at 07:35 by Paulo Boute
Hello !

I had been working as a Bird Leader in Brazil in the past 30 years.
Always, when asked about the Very Best Destination, I was including Iguassu Falls, where I am, at the moment.
But, I always was getting the same complain from potential guests - To fly from Cuiaba to Iguassu was necessary a flight connection in Sao Paulo, making the flight very long and tiring.
Yesterday, for the very first time, I had the pleasure of having a non-stop flight from Cuiaba...
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Male Pileated Woodpecker

Posted Monday 25th April 2011 at 15:10 by Landenberg Birder
The male Pileated Woodpecker returned yesterday after a 48 hour absence. I have no idea of where he has been or when I will see him or his mate again. It is so strange that they came every day and then disappeared for 2 days. I am fairly new at this but I am very intrigued by their behavior. The little I do know is that I am very lucky to have them in our backyard eating from a tree 25 feet away from our window view!
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Turkey Vulture Is Back, Central Oregon

Posted Sunday 24th April 2011 at 18:55 by mrsroadrunner
Updated Sunday 24th April 2011 at 19:03 by mrsroadrunner
The Turkey Vulture is not seen in Oregon all year around.

There are five sub species of the Turkey Vulture.

Our Turkey Vulture I believe is the Western Turkey Vulture, this sub species I have read is even broke down even further.

I read where at one point and time people thought the Vultures in general were a threat to livestock thus killed, this was found to be untrue and the facts are the Turkey Vulture not only smells out gas leaks in remote places...
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Perfect Easter: Lots of Birds!

Posted Sunday 24th April 2011 at 15:40 by Paulo Boute
Hello !

I'm celebrating Easter on the company of 15 tour participants on a trip to the Pantanal.
We are seeing TONS of birds - On perfect light!
In April and May there is NO smoke or haze in the sky. It is a pity that the other tour companies don't offer trips to the Pantanal at this time of the year.

Happy Easter to Everyone!


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Robot Birding Secretary

Posted Friday 22nd April 2011 at 12:45 by sross
Iím a little lazy.

Texting while you drive is dangerous.

If you donít look carefully and often, youíll miss seeing a lot of birds.

Those are a few of the things that I know. Theyíre things that come into play every time I go wandering around in my car looking for birds.

If I have to write my bird observations down, I probably wonít bother with some of them. If I make it a point to enter every observation in my listing software while Iím...
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