Saturday, July 22, 2017
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Tag: birding

Cowbirds parasitize the nests of more than 200 species of birds. Song sparrows, chipping sparrows, red-eyed vireos and indigo buntings are frequent victims.

Last week, the U.S Fish & Wildlife Service and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology announced that a live camera at an active condor nest came online.

When you see an unfamiliar bird, study it through binoculars and mentally note its size, distinctive shapes, markings, colors, behaviors, and voice.

To see warblers, concentrate on their habitat — old fields, forest edges, woods, and country roads. If there's a stream nearby, that's even better.

Scott Shalaways shares his summer reading list for bird lovers of all ages.

Spring vacations to Cape May offer many opportunities for bird watchers.

There are a number of wildlife species that take advantage of food plots — deer, turkey, squirrels, waterfowl, upland birds, rabbits and doves.

Hummingbird sightings don’t have to be a rare occurrence. An abundance of food, water, nesting sites and perches will attract them to your garden.

Five names suggested online by the public will go through a final vote.

Male ruby-throats usually return about a week before females. If you haven't yet hung a nectar feeder, do it today.
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