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  1. cloudarms

    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    Western Grebe (#464 for me)
  2. cloudarms

    Iceland in February - tips?

    Thanks so much @Edward and @Nohatch! I appreciate the insight. The way I see it, I'll be seeing at least a handful of new-to-me birds regardless; that's part of what I love about international birding! I'll keep my eyes and ears peeled and hope for the best, and worst case scenario I'll stop...
  3. cloudarms

    Birding in Iceland in July-Aug 2023

    Hey! I'm going to Iceland in a couple weeks, and have been skimming reports on bird to see what I'm most likely to see, and where. From what I'm seeing the Snaefellsnes peninsula is a an active area. My focus is mostly around Reykjavik and the S/SE part of the country because of the possible...
  4. cloudarms

    Birding goals for 2023

    Reach 300 species for my state, 400 species for the year, and 600 species seen worldwide.
  5. cloudarms

    Your most surprising omission

    In my state, Least Flycatcher and Yellow-billed Cuckoo.
  6. cloudarms

    'Bird you would most want to hear on the last day of your life

    I've been having a very stressful week at work and listening to a recording of Long-tailed ducks I have on my phone has been lifting my spirits.
  7. cloudarms

    Iceland in February - tips?

    No worries, thanks for the suggestions! I've been keeping an eye on bird as the day draws near.
  8. cloudarms

    Your WORST identifiable photos

    This was a Loggerhead Shrike in Massachusetts last year. Wanted to upload something as it was a rarity for the area, despite it being barely discernible.
  9. cloudarms

    Hello from Boston!

    Hey there! I'm Kelly and, go figure, I'm an avid birder. Just got back home from a last minute trip an hour away from me to see a flock of Evening Grosbeaks (lifer)! Happy to be here and hear/see about everyone's sightings and adventures!
  10. cloudarms

    Iceland in February - tips?

    Hey peeps! I'll be going to Iceland for a (mostly non-birding) trip with my husband in February. As any avid birder/lister though, I have got to get some birding in while there. The plan is to stay about a week: three nights in Reykjavik, three nights in Vik. He's not opposed to birding (he...
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