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  • #ABArare – Cuban Vireo – Florida
    Florida again, and this time it’s a Cuban Vireo was discovered and photographed by Mark Burns on private property in Key Largo, Monroe County, Florida. Depending on how a bird heard earlier this spring is considered, this is either the 2nd or 3rd record for Florida and the ABA Area.   >>  read more
    By Nate Swick
  • Rare Bird Alert: April 28, 2017
    The numbers of continuing rarities in the ABA Area are still relatively low, except in Arizona, where the Tufted Flycatchers (ABA Code 5), Streak-backed Oriole (4), and now a Flame-colored Tanager (4) are not in any hurry to leave. The Fieldfare (4) in Maine stuck around at least into the   >>  read more
    By Nate Swick
  • Participate in Cornell’s Global Big Day! Coming May 13!
    May is just around the corner, and it’s time for the Global Big Day, from our friends from Cornell and eBird. Participation is really easy. All you have to do is go birding for at least a few minutes, and submit your sightings to eBird. You probably didn’t need an   >>  read more
    By Nate Swick