A Resource List for Anyone Who Enjoys Birds

What bird laid these eggs? Who is making that call? These and many other bird related questions can be answered by using this resource list:  Birding in the US and Abroad Thanks to Amy Clark from the Chicago Ornithological Society who pointed me toward this resource list. Filed under: Bird Watching , Wildlife Tagged: Amy Clark , Birding in the US and Abroad , Chicago Ornithological Society

Written By Clayton Kessler

On July 12, 2010
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What bird laid these eggs? Who is making that call? These and many other bird related questions can be answered by using this resource list:  Birding in the US and Abroad Thanks to Amy Clark from the Chicago Ornithological Society who pointed me toward this resource list. Filed under: Bird Watching , Wildlife Tagged: Amy Clark , Birding in the US and Abroad , Chicago Ornithological Society

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