In 10 days we encountered 382 species, which is far more than a North Carolina backyard birder could ever hope to see in a lifetime.
Invasive species have absolutely wrecked Hawaii’s native ecosystems and despite best efforts of committed conservation groups the native birds and plants are rapidly being lost.
Bird everywhere you go, especially if you visit hotspots, which represent the front lines of conservation crises.
…witness one of North America’s most amazing natural phenomena in North Carolina’s “back yard,” the annual arrival of hundreds of thousands of feathered dinosaurs from the Arctic.
Will our love for birds help them survive the Earth’s ongoing 6th mass extinction?