This Week in Birding 66

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This Week in Birding

:: The government of Alberta is considering a Sandhill Crane hunt for the autumn of 2015 :: The Yurok Tribe Wildlife Program, the Ventana Wildlife Society, and several federal and state government agencies have signed a memorandum of understanding to work toward reintroducing captive-bred California Condors to the north coast region :: A Saudi prince poached more than 2,100 internationally protected Houbara Bustards in 21-day hunting safari … Read More

This Week in Birding 39

Charlotte WasylikGeneral News and Info2 Comments

This Week in Birding

:: With 275 species, 16-year-old Aaron Gyllenhaal has broken the record for most species seen in Cook County, Illinois this year. And the year isn’t over yet! :: The large population of moose in the Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland, is changing the species of birds able to live in the park because of all the vegetation the moose are eating. :: A dead California Condor was found floating in a dip … Read More

Road Trip! – Boise, Idaho to Blythe, California

Alex LamoreauxBird Finding Tips, Bird Sightings, Birding, Field Work, General News and Info, General Rant, Photography, Rarities, Research, Trip Reports1 Comment

On June 11th Anna and I began our road trip from Boise, Idaho to Blythe, California. On the first day of the trip we drove to Kanab, Utah and slept there for the night. In the morning we started driving towards the southern rim of the Grand Canyon. As soon as we crossed the border into Arizona the habitat looked … Read More