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Migrants on the Move

Despite the increased responsibilities and reduced free time resulting from a new academic year, I’ve managed to make good use of my breaks from lesson planning in the initial half of September. When I checked the weather projections at the … Continue reading

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Pursuing the Prothonotary

My spring break trip to South Florida was a fantastic success. I saw just about everything I went looking for, including a number of brand new lifers and some creatures I haven’t seen in far too long. There was one … Continue reading

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Let the Games Begin

Migration is upon us. The past few days have featured several nights with southerly winds, which is a crucial component of this biannual event. Birds returning to North America from the Neotropics rely heavily on favorable weather during their transit to the … Continue reading

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