• Adventures of a Louisiana Birder: One Year, Two Wings, Three Hundred Species-A Book Review

    1 day ago - By 10,000 Birds

    Louisiana is a magical place to bird. I know because I was there in 2015 with friends from New Jersey Audubon and I was amazed by the close-up views of Mississippi Kites and King Rails, the sounds of Bachman's Sparrows and , and most incredibly, a coastal fallout of migrant songbirds at Peveto Woods and Willow Island that included dozens of Philadelphia Vireos, Bay-breasted Warblers, Indigo Buntings, and Rose-breasted Grosbeaks. At the same time I was ogling Scissor-tailed Flycatchers and Upland Sandpipers, Marybeth Lima was also birding Louisiana. The year is not covered in any depth in...
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