TITLE

A Letter from the Editor

AUTHOR(S)
Thompson III, Bill
PUB. DATE
November 2012
SOURCE
Bird Watcher's Digest;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses various topics of interest to birdwatching enthusiasts. Fall migration in southeastern Ohio features several bird species, most of which are migrant warblers. "Bird Watcher's Digest" has launched the revamped "Young Birders" section and informs readers of bogus subscription renewal notices. The publication also provides suggestions for newly released optical instruments for purchase.
ACCESSION #
82721142

 

Related Articles

  • HOTSPOTS IN SD. OLSON, RICKY D. // South Dakota Bird Notes;Dec2011, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p77 

    The article offers information on bird migration and rare bird sightings in South Dakota which includes an adult Little Gull and several Sabine's Gulls that were reported in September 2011, and an immature Great Black-backed Gull that was reported in November 2011.

  • Timing a warbler's dash.  // Bird Watching;Aug2012, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p10 

    The article reports that Nature Conservancy scientists David N. Ewert and Kimberly R. Hall and other investigators have estimated the duration of the bird Kirtland's Warblers' migration from its wintering areas to breeding grounds based on sightings of color-banded individuals in both areas.

  • Confusing fall warblers? Stephenson, Tom; Whittle, Scott // Bird Watching;Oct2014, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p20 

    The article presents tips for identifying pink, blackpoll and bay breasted warblers.

  • Migration Is No Laughing Matter. Bonomo, Nick // Connecticut Warbler;Oct2015, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p168 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of sighting Yellow-rumped Warblers, sparrows and Dark-eyed Juncos birds in the Norwalk/Westport/Fairfield area of Connecticut.

  • Age-Ratios and Condition of En Route Migrant Blackpoll Warblers in the British Virgin Islands. Boal, Clint W. // Wilson Journal of Ornithology;Sep2014, Vol. 126 Issue 3, p568 

    The en route migration ecology of Blackpoll Warblers ( Setophaga striata) is poorly understood, yet intriguing. Blackpoll Warblers undertake the longest open water migration of any wood warbler species, traveling from northeastern North America to South America, with the first potential landfall...

  • Influence of atmospheric properties on detection of wood-warbler nocturnal flight calls. Horton, Kyle; Stepanian, Phillip; Wainwright, Charlotte; Tegeler, Amy // International Journal of Biometeorology;Oct2015, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p1385 

    Avian migration monitoring can take on many forms; however, monitoring active nocturnal migration of land birds is limited to a few techniques. Avian nocturnal flight calls are currently the only method for describing migrant composition at the species level. However, as this method develops,...

  • matheson hammock park. Losin, Neil // Bird Watching;Apr2012, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p42 

    The article offers information on the Matheson Hammock Park of South Miami, for bird watching. It states that several migrant warblers, vireos and Swallow-tailed Kite can be seen at the park. It mentions that its most unique attraction is the diverse assemblage of exotic bird species from all...

  • hotspots near you. Mendenhall, Matt // Bird Watching;Apr2012, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p41 

    The article offers information on several bird watching sites in the U.S. It states that warblers, migrant birds, parrots and bulbuls can be seen at Matheson Hammock Park in South Miami, Florida. It mentions that Prothonotary Warblers drip from the trees at Barataria Preserve, in south of New...

  • Change in migration phenology and biometrics of two conspecific Sylvia species in Hungary. Kovács, Szilvia; Csörgő, Tibor; Harnos, Andrea; Fehérvári, Péter; Nagy, Krisztina // Journal of Ornithology;Apr2011, Vol. 152 Issue 2, p365 

    The distribution area and the timing of migration of many bird species have recently changed, presumably due to climatic factors. In our study, we estimated the effect of climate change on migration phenology and biometrics of two sister Sylvia species: the medium-distance migrant Blackcap (...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics