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Back in Black

The tendency of birds to wander and turn up in unusual places is a well-known phenomenon. Even so, there are some truly puzzling cases which strain the limits of credulity. Enter the Black-backed Oriole, a species endemic to central Mexico. … Continue reading

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Inglourious Berders

My name is Tim Healy and I’m putting together a special team, and I need me two birders. Two former Project Puffin birders. Now, y’all might’ve heard rumors about the migration happening soon. Well, we’ll be leaving a little earlier. … Continue reading

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