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Seabirds and Storm Waifs

I could tell from the gradually lightening sky that the sun had risen, but the gloomy, gray conditions shrouding the docks kept it hidden from sight. With my poncho pulled tight over my head and my gear, I shuffled onto … Continue reading

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Upland Funk

Birders have a language all their own. As with most hobbies, there’s a laundry list of jargon and slang terms that get thrown around by people who partake in the activity. Birds we’ve never seen before are called lifers, and … Continue reading

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