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Birding a Kimberley Quarry in 2020

Birding a Kimberley Quarry in 2020

23 days ago   |   10,000 Birds

Some of you may well remember the quarry that I wrote about in October 2016. The remaining amount of water was really quite disastrous for the local bird-life. Each year is...
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Red-collared Lorikeet rescue

Red-collared Lorikeet rescue

1 month ago   |   10,000 Birds

We have had some very hot and dry days this past week with temperatures around 40c most days and also humidity as low as 6%. It is always hotter as you move away from the coast...
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A Morning of Birding in Costa Rica, July, 2020

A Morning of Birding in Costa Rica, July, 2020

2 monthes ago   |   10,000 Birds

These are times of unfamiliar circumstances and in more ways than one. As the tide of climate disaster keeps rising, protests continue, and economies fall into recession, we...
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Bar-shouldered Doves in Broome

Bar-shouldered Doves in Broome

11 monthes ago   |   10,000 Birds

I am not sure how it happened, but I have written 480 posts and somehow not even shared photos of Bar-shouldered Doves. This bird species is usually the first in our garden...
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Bar-shouldered Doves in Broome

Bar-shouldered Doves in Broome

11 monthes ago   |   10,000 Birds

I am not sure how it happened, but I have written 480 posts and somehow not even shared photos of Bar-shouldered Doves. This bird species is usually the first in our garden...
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Birding near the Fortescue River

Birding near the Fortescue River

3 years ago   |   10,000 Birds

Last month we returned to a rest area not far from the Fortescue River between Marble Bar and Newman called the “ Roy Hill Rest Area ” which we had used late in the year in...
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Combined Beats' list

Combined Beats' list

4 years ago

April was a good month for the list with a couple of our big-hitters weighing in to boost the numbers and The Management engaged in a beat recruitment drive in a cynical...
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Evidence Of Absence: Northern Spotted Owls Are Still Vanishing From The Northwest

Evidence Of Absence: Northern Spotted Owls Are Still Vanishing From The Northwest

4 years ago   |   7 articles

More From Living Bird Living Bird Spring 2016—Table Of Contents Living Bird Magazine—Latest Issue Living Bird Magazine Archives You won't meet a Northern Spotted Owl in...
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Marble Bar birding

Marble Bar birding

4 years ago   |   3 articles

Marble Bar is situated in the Pilbara area of Western Australia and is the largest shire in the world. Marble Bar has some interesting history and was first gazetted in 1893...
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Branches for birds

Branches for birds

4 years ago   |   4 articles

I mentioned a few weeks ago that we had added a branch at Ellendale dam and pleased several species of birds and this is also the case for a branch that we added to a local...
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The Crow's Story

The Crow's Story

Birds are intelligent, especially parrots and crow relatives - jays, nutcrackers, ravens, jackdaws and others. The Clark's Nutcracker stores conifer seeds in the late summer... Read more ...

Curlew Sandpiper feeding

Curlew Sandpiper feeding

One of the more common shorebirds along Broome's beaches is the Curlew Sandpiper- Calidris ferruginea. They are often found in large mixed flocks and many have recently arrived... Read more ...

Getting Good Bird Video with a Phone Skope Adaptor

Two weekends ago I was scheduled to take part in a live birding video, one of twenty birders from across North and South America who were out and about looking for good birds... Read more ...

Best Bird of the Weekend

October is when rumors of the next season become harder to deny. Where I live, the full splendor of fall foliage coupled with initial fingers of frost refutes the notion that... Read more ...