Our 2015 Texas Big Day attempt is featured in the latest issue of the American Birding Association’s Birder’s Guide – http://bg.aba.org/i/737370-oct-2016/2
A more comprehensive account of the day including the planning, scheming, and list of eBird checklists is available here https://anousbirding.com/anous-big-days-2/
A photo of Brother Attia was featured prominently in a recent article about birders searching for a Redwing on Vancouver Island and a Siberian Accentor in Surrey. Well, some were searching, others were waiting for someone else to find it.
View the story here – http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/british-columbia/rare-redwing-sighting-draws-birders-to-vancouver-island-1.3392770
If you scroll to the last picture, you’ll see an Anous sticker proudly displayed on the tripod in the foreground.
Badass Brother Attia
Anous Birding Syndicate’s Texas BIG DAY summary is now available in the BIG DAY archive – https://anousbirding.com/anous-big-days-2/.
Read about the 2nd (or 3rd? – but only one better has been officially submitted) highest BIG DAY total in North America! 271 species in Texas on April 18, 2015.
CBC technological revolution.
Woodhouse CBC, Ontario Canada. – December 14, 2014.
33 feeders with food
61 feeders without food
4 feeder hooks without feeders
5 idiots that can’t comprehend how to manage slow moving vehicles on country roads
45 species – highlights: Common Yellowthroat, Common Loon, Common Redpoll.
Waterford central – http://ebird.org/ebird/canada/view/checklist?subID=S20911322
Waterford – extra site – http://ebird.org/ebird/canada/view/checklist?subID=S20911350
Two new rare bird reports from Long Point, Ontario are now available – https://anousbirding.com/rare-bird-reports/
Gray Flycatcher – Long Point, Ontario. September 29, 2014. Photo: Dayna LeClair
Five new rare bird reports from Long Point, Ontario are now available – https://anousbirding.com/rare-bird-reports/
Ash-throated Flycatcher x 2
Ash-throated Flycatcher – Tip of Long Point – October 27, 2013. Photo: Morgan Brown
ANoUS’s 2013 Trinidad and Tobago report is now online – https://anousbirding.com/trinidad-and-tobago-anous-trip-012-2013-03/