Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Main Purpose of this Blog – To Help Birders Find Uncommon Birds in their Area

The main purpose of this blog is to help birders find uncommon birds in their area. As I’ve stated before I believe all birds should appear in an area do appear in that area, they just haven’t been found. It … Continue reading

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The Eureka Moment

I have been birding almost five years. I usually go out Saturday morning until noon and Sunday afternoon for a few hours. Plus a few times during the week if possible. The schedule fits my family and work schedule. Since … Continue reading

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Johnson County 10/20/13

Sorry for missing last week’s post but we were in Florida and only had a very slow internet connection. I’ll post some pictures from Florida later in the week along with the regular post. So after returning from the Florida … Continue reading

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Playing against Par

A few years ago I decided to sit down in December and figure how many species I should see the following year in my local area. Later on I read something by Pete Dunne and he called it playing against … Continue reading

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So How to Define Your Local Area?

In a previous post I mentioned that I mainly bird only my local area. So how does one define one’s local area? My definition is based on the fact that I work Monday through Friday and have a family. Not … Continue reading

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