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How to Identify Small Red Finches

How to Identify Small Red Finches

December 1, 2021
Winter is finch season, when those northern nomads sweep down in raiding parties, show up without warning, stay for an hour or a week, and disappear. They are movers, unpredictable, edgy, always...
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Ways to Help Birds in Bad Weather

Ways to Help Birds in Bad Weather

November 29, 2021
Wintertime and the livin’ ain’t easy. Birds are hungry, and the snow’s piling high
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The best places in Argentina for bird watching

The best places in Argentina for bird watching

November 21, 2021
These places present a great variety of options to get to know the habits, behaviors, colors and main characteristics of the birds that fly the Argentine skies.
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Does Supplemental Feeding Help Nesting Birds?

Does Supplemental Feeding Help Nesting Birds?

November 15, 2021
Wild bird feeding is one of North America’s largest undirected ornithological “experiments,” one in which many of us willingly participate because it is a simple way to nurture our backyard...
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The key to Golden-winged Warbler conservation in North Carolina

The key to Golden-winged Warbler conservation in North Carolina

November 8, 2021
Golden-winged Warbler is an eastern songbird that has been in decline for decades throughout its range. Its striking plumage and relative rarity make it popular among birders.
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Long-tailed bat wins New Zealand's Bird of the Year contest

Long-tailed bat wins New Zealand's Bird of the Year contest

November 3, 2021
“We certainly ruffled some feathers,” said Laura Keown, communications adviser at Forest & Bird, a conservation group that organizes the annual online contest.
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Global Big Day: October 2021

Global Big Day: October 2021

October 25, 2021
The most anticipated day during the southern spring.
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Our experience in Santa Fe

Our experience in Santa Fe

September 29, 2021
Last week the whole Beagle team went birding in Santa Fe. Let`s see what Maggie wants to share with us!
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Las Flores Outing

Las Flores Outing

July 23, 2021
Las Flores is characterized by floodplains, developed from the interaction of geological processes that have their origin about 70 million years ago, when in the planet the opening of the Atlantic...
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GLOBAL BIG DAY: The largest birding event

GLOBAL BIG DAY: The largest birding event

May 17, 2021
Global Big Day (GBD) is a day in which people around the world collectively record the largest possible number of bird species in a country. You do not compete with anyone for global sighting,...
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Argentina: 1000 species in relation to the 9000 existing in the world

Argentina: 1000 species in relation to the 9000 existing in the world

October 13, 2020
Thanks to the rich geography, which translates into 18 eco-regions, our country enjoys a natural capital that contributes significantly to global diversity. Seven of these eco-regions belong to the...
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Mar Chiquita & England

Mar Chiquita & England

June 4, 2020
The documentary about the birds of Mar Chiquita that dazzles in England.
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