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Tag: Birding

Fifty years ago this week, the Beatles landed at JFK and toured the East Coast, sending Americans into a frenzy. Now another photogenic group—with its own fan club—has arrived.
Everybody’s individual path to environmental consciousness is different. Curious, though, how many of them turn out to be flight paths.
When on a quest to find the possibly-extinct imperial woodpecker, watch out for the drug lords.
Our top picks: today's best environmental news and #greenreads from around the web.
Congratulations to John Rivard, the winner of OnEarth's quarterly "Show Us Your Nature" photo contest. Here's his winning shot:The photograph (click for a larger version) appears on page 61 of our Fall 2011 issue, along... read more >
Even trailer homes and power lines cannot interfere with the profound solace of birding.
If you're one of the hundreds of thousands of American birders, The American Bird Conservancy (ABC) has a suggestion for your summer vacation: spend your time and money investing in "conservation birding." You can... read more >
Citizen Science: Part of an ongoing series about everyday people adding to our knowledge of the world around us.Today marks the beginning of what could be one of the largest citizen science projects in the country (or... read more >