Phone Skope Big Year – June Update

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June started off really slow from a digiscoping perspective. I got married on June 7th and was busy preparing and winding down from that. The first I opportunity I had to digiscope came during my honeymoon in Aruba. Actually, all of my Phone Skope Big Year additions in June came from Aruba. Here are a few highlights. Tropical Mockingbird was … Read More

Phone Skope Big Year Update

Tim SchreckengostBirdingLeave a Comment

Wow, time flies when you’re having fun. I didn’t realize how long it’s been since I last gave an update about my Phone Skope Big Year (First Update, Second Update). Anyway, it’s been about six months and I finally hit 100 species for the year. Remember, my goal is to Phone Skope 200 species. February was filled with gulls, waterfowl, … Read More

Phone Skope Big Year 2014

Tim SchreckengostBirdingLeave a Comment

Towards the end of 2013 I started thinking about how I could do a Big Year. I really enjoy digiscoping, so why not a Phone Skope Big Year? I am trying to digiscope as many species as possible with my iPhone 5 and Phone Skope Adapter using a variety of optics. My goal is to digiscope 200 species for the … Read More

300 – A Delaware Big Year Challenge

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Alan received a B.A. in Biology from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 2008. He has since contributed to a variety of research projects, spanning from the Arctic to tropical South America. He is currently a Master’s student at Delaware State University, focusing on how climate change may affect the ecological functioning of barrier island ecosystems as globally important … Read More

This Week in Birding 50

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This Week in Birding

:: A Snowy Owl survived a collision with a pickup truck in Ohio :: An article about all the new species of birds discovered in 2013 :: A USA Today story for the New Year about the renewed popularity of birding :: The city of Medicine Hat, Alberta, has filed a joint application along with LGX Oil & Gas Inc. to ask that a recent federal environmental protection order, … 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