Birdblogging

Best birding blog on the web!

Thumbnail image for Best birding blog on the web! by Gunnar 31 August 2012

BOU/Ibis mention.  We are proud to hear that BOU/Ibis  blog nominated Birdingblogs as the best multi author birding blog on the Web. Look at the tweet above. BOU is using Twitter very wisely and it is very refreshing to see an institution like BOU step up and master Social Media like they do.  Their new knowledge is [...]

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Featured Bird Photographer blogger ~She gets down and dirty

Thumbnail image for Featured Bird Photographer blogger ~She gets down and dirty by dAwN FiNe 22 April 2012

Mia McPherson is a nature lover, wildlife watcher and bird photographer. Birds fascinate, delight and intrigue her which is why she devotes many hours learning about them, observing their behavior and photographing them. By learning more about each subject, she can anticipate their behavior and create opportunities to obtain better images of those species. Mia enjoys sharing her photos, photographic skills and techniques with those individuals who are serious about their own bird and wildlife photography.

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Yoav Perlman joins BirdingBlogs.com

Thumbnail image for Yoav Perlman joins BirdingBlogs.com by DaleForbes 1 March 2012

Yoav Perlman of the nubijar blog fame and fantastic Israeli birder and hobby photographer will be joining BirdingBlogs.com. Having followed Yoav’s blog for the past few year, I am really excited to see and read what he shares on BirdingBlogs.com because he is bound to be a fantastic compliment to the team. Before Yoav starts [...]

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The Best of Birdingblogs.com in 2011

Thumbnail image for The Best of Birdingblogs.com in 2011 by DaleForbes 7 January 2012

Looking back at 2011, there were tons of great bird-related blog posts that touched us, motivated us to be better birders/people, and made us laugh (or cry); so I thought I would look back through the birdingblogs.com archives and dredge out some of the posts that really stood out to me this year.   Are [...]

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Vultures, antelopes and other crash landings

Thumbnail image for Vultures, antelopes and other crash landings by DaleForbes 6 November 2011

The other day, a video of a paraglider getting entangled and crash landing with a Himalayan Griffon Vulture was pretty much everywhere in the news. A Russian paraglider was evidently enjoying the high thermals and in the (Russian) video text, they explain how the Himalayan Griffons (aka “Eagles”) are common in the area and the [...]

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20 Bird Minimum Daily Requirement

Thumbnail image for 20 Bird Minimum Daily Requirement by Gunnar 24 October 2011

Birdchaser Rob Fergus has come up with a brilliant concept that actually works almost everywhere. As a birder you know you feel good when you bird. But not every day is a complete birding day, as it is not practical. You have to work  or study.  Yes,  your life is full of obligations. But what [...]

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Happy Birthday Birdingblogs

Thumbnail image for Happy Birthday Birdingblogs by Gunnar 20 October 2011

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 [...]

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Alex Vargas joins BirdingBlogs.com

Thumbnail image for Alex Vargas joins BirdingBlogs.com by DaleForbes 11 September 2011

Alex Vargas’ photos always really stood out to me on facebook. And over the years I have spent more and more time exploring his various galleries to see what he has been up to and to be moved by the images he produces. Over the summer, I got to meet Alex and his family, and [...]

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Greg Laden joins Birdingblogs

Thumbnail image for Greg Laden joins Birdingblogs by Gunnar 23 June 2011

If you have you checked out NatureBlogNetwork lately (that is within the last 3-4 years), you may have noticed the name in the title. Greg Laden is number 1. His blog on ScienceBlogs.com gets around 4000 unique visits per day. That’s right! 4000 people visit his blog every day! Now Greg is blogging for Birdingblogs on Fridays. Maybe not every Friday, but he has quite a few posts in the bag scheduled. Greg shall be blogging here about Darwin’s lesser known birds.

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Facebook for birders with a cause

Facebook logo by Gunnar 4 June 2011

Those that read my regular blog where I post less and less frequently since I started Birdingblogs, know that I am obsessed about Social Media in general and Facebook in particular.  I have already promoted that birders do well in connecting more on Facebook on a personal level in for instance this post:  Every birder [...]

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BirdingBlogs Fest #003 May 21, 2011

Thumbnail image for BirdingBlogs Fest #003 May 21, 2011 by Gunnar 25 May 2011

6 posts from the past week of awesome blogs about birds. Tips for point and shoot cameras; Pelagic birding featuring Blue Fulmar and Zino’s Petrel; Fantastic shots of Ruby-throated Hummingbird; and Tom McKinney in one of his funniest posts – on how to identify plugs from DSLR photos on the Forum. Enjoy!

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A new bird in the flock

Thumbnail image for A new bird in the flock by Grrlscientist 18 May 2011

Some of you may know me already. Gunnar has been asking me to contribute to BirdingBlogs for quite some time now, but I’ve always postponed my involvement, mostly because I’ve been busy with other things and hadn’t had the time I needed to think through the specifics of what my contributions here might be. But [...]

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Birdingblogs Fest #002 May 15, 2011

Thumbnail image for Birdingblogs Fest #002 May 15, 2011 by Gunnar 16 May 2011

Warbler week. This is not how I planned this. Trying to get together a new birdingblog fest in just a few hours before the publication. But I have been busy, having vacation… and now I am past Saturday and it is already Sunday…. Oh dear! For next week I shall start sowing the seed a [...]

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Birdingblogs Fest #001 May 7, 2011

Thumbnail image for Birdingblogs Fest #001 May 7, 2011 by Gunnar 7 May 2011

No time to follow all the birdingblogs out there? How to sellect the best blog posts among the 1000s of posts out there? We will do it for you. Guaranteed the best of birdblogging will show here on a weekly basis.

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Birdingblogs.Collected

Thumbnail image for Birdingblogs.Collected by Gunnar 5 May 2011

Birdingblogs compilation Just because “I and the Bird” birding blog carnival died – this does not mean that birdblogging has died. There are more birdbloggers out there than ever. One of BirdingBlogs chief objective is to share good birding blogs. Readers of this blog may remember that we started about a 6 weeks  ago something [...]

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RIP IATB – Long live BirdingBlogs.

Thumbnail image for RIP IATB – Long live BirdingBlogs. by Gunnar 2 May 2011

IATB – No More! IATB was published with its final edition today. A five year old institution dies. First read Mike Bergin’s excellent IATB obituary on 10000birds. UPDATE May 3, 2011: Also read Mike’s note on ABA blog, where he links to several of the very best IATB  editions. Then check the #149 edition of [...]

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Birding top-lists

Thumbnail image for Birding top-lists by Gunnar 24 March 2011

Think NatureblogNetwork! Think Fatbirder Top 1000! Here are the first dedicated topsites for Birding Tour Operators and for single person birdingblogs all around the world. There are specific categories for geographic areas – and some specific topics such as world birding, pelagics, bird photography and birdfeeding.

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