Birdingblogs started on Oct 20, 2010 as a joint effort between a number of bird bloggers. We can only conclude that it has been very successful for everyone involved. One year later Birdingblogs has positioned itself around position five or six on NatureblogNetwork and has Google Page Rank 4. All very well for a new blog.
We are celebrating with a anniversery month. The birdingbloggers of the past year have committed to provide material, so we at a minumum can expect one blogpost per day. Most of those who has had a short lived appearance on the blog will bring sweet birdingblog honey this coming month.
So tune in every day, because this month this site will contain some of the very best birdblogging.
Rich Hoyer: Pantanos de Centla – Mexico’s Main Marshes: Our final day of the week-long tour of Mexico’s Lacandon Rain Forest and the Maya Ruins. We had a re
GregLaden: The mocking bird mocks ironically: Most people think of Darwin and Birds in relation to Darwin’s Finches. Unless, of course, you’ve hea
Rich Hoyer: Cristalino Jungle Lodge Report: September 14-20, 2011: Bright colors are often useful for grabbing one’s attention, and that’s the sole purpose of this wee
Gunnar:Birdingblogs.Collected: Birdingblogs compilation Just because “I and the Bird” birding blog carnival died – this does not me
Gunnar:Birdingblogs Fest #001 May 7, 2011: Like a Blog Carnival As mentioned in the post last Monday, we here at Birdingblogs want to share our
Gunnar:Best birding blog on the web!: BOU/Ibis mention. We are proud to hear that BOU/Ibis blog nominated Birdingblogs as the best multi
Gunnar:Birdingblogs Fest #002 May 15, 2011: Warbler week. This is not how I planned this. Trying to get together a new birdingblog fest in just
Gunnar:RIP IATB – Long live BirdingBlogs.: IATB – No More! IATB was published with its final edition today. A five year old institution dies. F