Birding Blog Archives

September 18th, 2012
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Fun Birding Workshops

I’ve been doing Fun Birding Workshops in SE Arizona for a couple of years now, but they haven’t really taken off in their current format. Everyone seemed to enjoy them and I hope you all learned something. I’m very grateful to everyone who has attended my workshops, and I’ve sure learned a lot from them. […]

June 7th, 2012
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Fun Birding Tours has moved to Rio Rico, Arizona

The new HQ – Fun Birding Towers!

At the grand old age of 39, I’ve finally bought a house of my own. It’s in Rio Rico Northeast, which is along I-19 about an hour to the south of Tucson, and I moved in at the start of May. I love the house, but […]

November 12th, 2011
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Fun Birding Workshop Rarity Chase

Glaucous-winged-Gull-Glendale-Recharge-Basins-11-1112-01There were a few contenders in the days leading up, but we settled for heading north and going to see a GLAUCOUS-WINGED GULL discovered by Tommy DeBardeleben at Glendale Recharge Basins in western Phoenix. My second new gull in Arizona this week! […]

August 27th, 2011
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August Workshop: Mixed Flocks

Hermit-Warbler-Mt-Lemmon-11-0827-01Warblers were a big target and we found an impressive nine species. ORANGE-CROWNED, VIRGINIA’S and YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLERS were foraging on sunny banks and in stream side willows, while the pine flocks consisted of PAINTED REDSTART, TOWNSEND’S, HERMIT, GRACE’S, WILSON’S and RED-FACED WARBLERS. […]