Sept. 1-6, 2019 | Hog Island, ME
There are few American landscapes as iconic or as bird-rich as the island-studded coast of Maine, especially during autumn migration. Monhegan Island is the perfect distillation of both natural beauty and the Maine coast's remarkable tendency to concentrate migrants, sometimes in astounding numbers. Beloved Bird Watcher's Digest columnist and long-time Hog Island instructor Scott Weidensaul will be present on this Rendezvous along with your trusty BWD staffers Dawn Hewitt, Raymond VanBuskirk, and Emily Jones.
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Posted by Birding News | Thu, 30 May 2019
When we think of helping birds, tube feeders, sunflower seeds, hummingbird nectar, and bird baths might come to mind. But the most substantial help humans can provide for wild birds is natural habitat that safely feeds and shelters birds. Some trees and shrubs can provide sustenance for early emerging insect larvae, also known as baby...
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