Every avid lister knows the life list benchmarks. When you start birding you are learning the fundamentals, but in the back of your mind you’re … Read More
Scissor-tailed Flycatcher and Lark Sparrow!
Coming back into Lewes this past Saturday, after a day-long Paulagic trip, I switched my phone off of airplane mode and was immediately inundated with … Read More
Weekend Digiscoping Spotlight 4 – Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
The Weekend Digiscoping Spotlight will highlight some of the fun shots we’ve gotten recently with a camera paired with a spotting scope. We welcome submissions … Read More
Nelson’s Sparrows – PSU Fall Banding
Mid-October offers Pennsylvania birders an opportunity to try and find a rather rare migrant though our state, the Nelson’s Sparrow. This fall it seems weather … Read More
Centre County Dickcissels!
Dickcissels are rare visitors to Centre County, PA and have been found every month of the year, although there are only 8 records since 1984. … Read More
Lincoln’s Sparrow Bonanza!
October is fall at its finest. The leaves are changing color and the weather is beginning to slip from summer’s warmth to winter’s cold. With … Read More
Pennsylvania Birders call to action – the birds are counting on you
Scott Weidensaul just posted this to the listserv today and I think it is a very important issue. Below is his text. I urge each … Read More
Prepping for the Shaver’s Creek Birding Cup 2013
The Nemesis Birders will be competing in the Shaver’s Creek Birding Cup for a second year, hoping to repeat last years successful run. Our inaugural … Read More
A Greater Redpoll (Acanthis flammea rostrata) in PA
Today while looking through a large flock of 100 to 200 redpolls in Centre County PA, my eye was drawn to a redpoll that was … Read More
Review- Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania
[dc]M[/dc]y first field job was working as a point counter for the Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania. Not only did this give me … Read More
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