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House hunt Walden: See what’s on the market now

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: 14 Unit MOTEL, Beautiful Investment. Mountain views with central Main St Location. 2 story Brick, with balcony, updated windows, carpets, paint, baths, doors,
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A Breath of Fresh Air During Black Birders Week

Earlier this year Upton Hill Regional Park, Arlington NAACP’s Environmental Climate Justice Committee, Northern Virginia Audubon Society, and Arlington Master Naturalists came together and hosted their first series of Black and Latinx guided bird walks. Many people believe that there isn’t much wildlife to see in their local cities. The incentive for this series was to promote diversity and get participants’ feet wet in the exciting hobby of bird-watching. As quarantine restrictions in Virginia were lifted and people got vaccinated, the public was still interested in how to enjoy themselves outside in new ways since summer was approaching and school was let out. The Black and Latinx bird walks at Upton Hill Regional Park were a wonderful way to have folks participate in bird and plant identification. There were three walks occurring on April 24, May 8, and June 5 led by Musa Murawih and Melody Mobley.
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Top homes for sale in Walden

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Pine Springs Cabins!! Situated on approximately 3.7 acres in beautiful North Park Colorado just 20 minutes North of Walden. Minutes away from hiking,
Fairbanks, AKFairbanks Daily News-Miner

Family of bald eagles makes for an inspiring sight for birders

As the national bird, bald eagles are an inspiring sight. While more common in southern Alaska, some do make their home in the Interior, as one pair of eagles did in the Fairbanks area. Eagles often reuse the same nest each year, and this pair returned to their large nest in late April. Photographer Eve Baker has observed them regularly from the ground about 100 yards from the nest, and a little over a month after the adults’ arrival, she saw twin eaglets poking their tiny heads above the edge of the nest. The eaglets have grown rapidly and are already flapping their gray, downy wings in practice. Baker was fortunate to be present one morning when both parents arrived minutes apart with deliveries of fish, and the mother began to feed the chicks. These photos were taken with a 600mm telephoto lens and cropped in for a close-up view.
Maine StateSeacoast Online

Birding paradise: Half of all bird species in Maine spotted at Sanford Lagoons

SANFORD, Maine — Palm Warblers were everywhere. There were more of them than Bill Grabin had ever seen at any one time. Grabin and his wife were at what birders call the Sanford Lagoons, the four short-term storage ponds that are a part of the Sanford Wastewater Treatment Plant on Gavel Road. This was back in April, a time ripe for bird-watching. It’s one of two annual migrating seasons.
Carroll County, MDgreenbeltnewsreview.com

Local Birders Again Take Part In Continent-wide Bird Survey

It was inching toward 4 a.m. on Sunday, June 13, and this reporter and Elaine Nakash were scrambling to get on the road. The two News Review staffers were heading to Carroll County, Maryland, to conduct a Breeding Bird Survey route and needed to be at the route’s starting point, ready to go, by 30 minutes before sunrise. They knew the routine, having done another route in Carroll County the previous Sunday morning.
Muscatine County, IAnorthscottpress.com

Building Better Birders & Citizen Scientists workshop July 9

The Muscatine County Conservation Board is hosting a workshop “Building Better Birders & Citizen Scientists” on Friday, July 9 from 6:30-10 p.m. at the Saulsbury Bridge Recreation Area. The workshop is free, but preregistration is required. Masks are recommended indoors if you are not vaccinated. Bring bug spray and a...
PetsAll About Birds

eBirders Surpass 1 Billion Observations and Break Global Big Day Records

An Australian Swamphen like this one was eBird’s one billionth eBird observation. Photo by Lucas Brook/Macaulay Library. From the Summer 2021 issue of Living Bird magazine. Subscribe now. On May 8, birder Heidi Krajewski saw an Australasian Swamphen in a park in New South Wales, Australia, during Global Big Day—and...
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