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November 2014 Bay Area Birding Field Trips

Birding Field Trips and Walks with Bay Area Audubon and other birding groups:

Golden Gate Audubon Society Field Trips

  • San Francisco Botanical Garden (First Sunday bird walk) Sunday, November 2, 8 – 10:30 am…
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Hey, a hawk's gotta eat, too

A local cemetery is often fruitful when it comes to finding birds. This day was no exception as literally hundreds of juncos and other small sparrows scattered as I drove slowly along the narrow roads. 162 more words

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Easter 2015: Fly with Birdman in a 'Galaxy of Feathered Gems'  

“East Africa is unique. Tanzania more so! One could argue that no other nation in the world has so much variety to offer a visitor who’s interested in wildlife. 3,767 more words


Yes, a 'green' heron

Green Heron’s often do not look green because the green is not a bright, neon green, but rather a dark muted green. Also, from a distance, which is where the bird is usually viewed, the bird looks more brownish or greenish-brown. 81 more words

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Being Good, Traveling Green: Birdman's Camel Safari to Lake Natron

In mid June 2007 I returned to Arusha from a very special safari experience, a five day pilgrimage by camel, camping across Tanzanian Maasailand. Here is my write-up, from that time, of that wonderful journey. 3,146 more words

Northern Tanzania Bird-watching Tour with James "The Birdman" 13 days - January 4 to 16, 2015

As a lover of nature, with even the mildest interest in birds, you will definitely fall in love with Tanzania. It’s truly a superb destination with well over 1,100 bird species to look for. 3,560 more words