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Invasive Finches

Posted Wednesday 15th April 2020 at 04:40 by Flicker the Halfling
Well you learn something new everyday. I didn't know that the sparrows and house finches were invasive. I just thought they were common. I came across this article today.


https://feederwatch.org/blog/when-in...SA4U0.facebook
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Seville Trip Report

Posted Saturday 12th November 2011 at 00:06 by Alexjh1
Updated Saturday 12th November 2011 at 00:08 by Alexjh1
To begin I give my massive thanks to all the people who gave me advice on this forum for this trip - it really helped with what we finally did!

To make this more readable, birds are in bold, lifers in capitals.

Day 1: Seville
We caught the flight early, and by the time we arrived at our hotel, it was late morning, and so we decided to explore the city. I had seen a few birds distantly from the taxi over, but nothing really identifiable down to species level....
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What is that little grey bird?

Posted Wednesday 4th March 2009 at 05:57 by Gemfyre
I often do a pass by Herdsman Lake on the way to work. Yesterday while driving along Lakeside drive I spotted a small grey bird in the grass among the Purple Swamphens. Lucky it's a quiet road because I quickly braked and though to myself, "That was too big to be a dove. And it didn't look quite like a peewee." I turned and parked near where the bird sat and immediately pinned it as a lapwing, but which kind? I put my ever-present binoculars on it. Banded Lapwing. A bird I have...
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Help Support Vulture Conservation

Posted Friday 13th July 2012 at 21:08 by ranalobo
The more conservationists I meet, the more I am impressed by how many talented, dedicated, and passionate people there are in the world who are devoting much of their lives to protecting a species, a landscape, an ecosystem.

I had the opportunity to visit Dr. Munir Virani in Kenya and observe first hand the amazing work he is doing for raptor conservation. He is participating in TED talks, with a short presentation on "why he loves vultures". It is definitely worth watching....
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Digiscoping and value of Part 1

Posted Thursday 9th April 2020 at 13:27 by lmans66
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If you go to my digiscoping site at:
http://www.atlanticaudubonsociety.com/digiscoping.html

You will find a few shots of a few birds. A chick-a-dee and a bluebird. The following applies to the Bluebird:

The bluebird isn't a spectacular picture by any means....just a bluebird. But this bird was perched 60 yards away. That alone shows me the value of a scope. I was shooting at the equivalent of 1250mm in a camera lens. My Canon Camera and 400mm lens can't come...
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