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45 pm On Tuesday, more than 100 competitors will descend into the Israeli desert, armed with binoculars, bamboo whistles and a desire for glory. Israel is one of the most important bird migration spots in the world, with some 500 million birds from
A rare Barrow's goldeneye duck appeared Thursday on the Fox River in West Dundee, and it was soon followed by excited bird-watchers who were drawn to the site by social media. We drove more than 30 miles just to see him, said Sheilah Watson of Lake
Taipei, Feb. 26 (CNA) A birding association released Wednesday the initial results of its largest-ever bird census, an event that drew nearly 1,000 people to scout out the different types of birds residing in and visiting Taiwan.
India last year only ten checklists were contributed from A.P. compared to the 122 lists from neighbouring Karnataka, 89 Tamil Nadu, 63 from Maharashtra and 30 lists from Assam. The organisers are worried that the same might happen this year too.
Celebrity Big Brother is suffering from a horrible case of Swollen Face. The affliction has, unsurprisingly, left her with a swollen face...A source told The Daily Star : "The poor girl looked like something from a horror movie, like an alien..."...
As a year's final hours slip away, many measure its success in paychecks, vacations, or the simple pleasures of everyday life. But for Neil Hayward of Cambridge, 2013 ticked down to a single bird. He was among the select bird-watchers who had
It took UC Irvine grad student Tom Ford-Hutchinson 365 days to spot 322 bird species on his way to matching a 15-year-old record. The big year, as birders call it, is the considerable undertaking and informal competition of who can spot the most
In 2012 I started reading his outdoors column in the Daily Herald...Twice I even tuned in to his Sunday morning radio show, which ends with a catchy little tune called "All Aboard the Fishing Train."...We could go to that Italian place with the zuppa
MailTribune.com For the Mail Tribune After spotting a pair of uncommon prairie falcons during Ashland's Christmas Bird Count Saturday morning, John Alexander announced that birdwatching has become America's fastest-growing recreational sport and that
Rather, he said, a large man in full birding regaliakhaki field vest, floppy sun hat and expensive binocularswas standing there on a bridge, his iPhone chirping away. It was loudly playing the bird's song, seemingly on a loop, in an effort to lure