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    Rescued a baby black-naped orioele

    rescued a baby black naped orioele found on the ground. Might have fallen off from its nest. I think its about 15days old(according to google). The nest is on the tree right infront of my home. Crows are trying to eat it so i took it with me to care for it before releasing it back. I have never...
  2. G

    I found an Injured Bird.

    Hello, while I was out in my backyard today, I noticed that my dog was barking at something on the floor. It was moving, and as I approached, I realized it was an injured baby bird. My dog was trying to get to it but i saved it just in time. My guess was that it was trying to "leave the nest"...
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    Hello! New here and seeking wisdom

    I will try to make this short. I found a hatchling on the sidewalk yesterday morning, I believe it had been placed there from the strong winds we had the night before. I could not find a nest anywhere, so I was going to bring it into the wildlife rescue center but both locations were an hour...
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    Canon EOS 80D always slightly "fuzzy"

    Hello! I am an avid birdwatcher and photographer for a little over a year now and I have absolutely loved using my Canon EOS 80D for it. I have recently been trying to up my game and increase the quality of my shots by reading guides and tutorials. I have been trying to get better in flight...
  5. SandhillCrane02

    Birding in Iceland in July-Aug 2023

    Hello all! I hope this is the right place to post this Basically, I'm gonna be going on a 9 day trip to Iceland this summer (from July 31 to August 8) as part of a sustainable energy and environmental science program my university partners with. A lot of the trip will be spent on the educational...
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    Any tips for trees, shrubs, or other features that attract chickadees, nuthatches, and woodpeckers rather quickly?

    Hello folks! My question is pretty straightforward, I guess, and kind of speaks for itself. Nonetheless, I will go into more detail. Our backyard in New Hampshire has a fair abundance of black-capped chickadees, white-breasted nuthatches, downy woodpeckers, and hairy woodpeckers. Although I...
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    need help identifying a bird!

    hey! this little guy has been around my house for 3 days, seemingly unable to fly despite not having any injuries. in latvia. i took him away from my cats, offered some water and wet cat food but it won’t drink or eat. don’t know what to do; don’t want him to get eaten by my cats.
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    New guy looking for a scope under 600€

    Hi, I am new here, glad to join you all. Hope you can chip in and help me decide on the best scope for my budget. I could add a few hundred more to my budget, but would prefer to keep it under 600€. My first and most important priority is picture quality. Plan to use it mostly for watching...
  9. gkamov

    Best scope to buy for this price range?

    Hi, everyone - and Happy New 2021! I would appreciate your advice on buying a spotting scope (body+eyepiece together) in the following price range: 2000-2500 USD (or 1500-2000 EUR, or 1400-1800 GBP). What would be the best option?
  10. ignicapilla

    Advice to see the wallcreeper

    I live in Romania and have wanted to see a wallcreeper forever. Is there any place I can go at a specific time of the year to have almost certain chances of seeing one? extra points if its close and at eye level so I can photograph it too, but if not its ok.