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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
I’m a little lazy.

Texting while you drive is dangerous.

If you don’t look carefully and often, you’ll miss seeing a lot of birds.

Those are a few of the things that I know. They’re 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 won’t bother with some of them. If I make it a point to enter every observation in my listing software while I’m...
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Google Earth Birds

Posted Thursday 21st April 2011 at 14:52 by sross
Updated Friday 22nd April 2011 at 14:45 by sross (added GE map link)
Given the extent to which birders network these days, planning a trip to add a new bird (or several) to a Life list can be pretty easy if you’ve got the time and money for some travel.

Since that may not always be the case, I tend toward another birding activity that can probably best be described as “Wandering Around.”

Its easy enough, no matter where you may be, to find places where you’ve never been.

“What’s there?” is always a question in my mind....
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I'm back to the Pantanal !

Posted Tuesday 19th April 2011 at 08:25 by Paulo Boute

Just arrived at the Pantanal!
The rains had stopped and everything is bright green!
A perfect light to watch birds!!!


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