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Birding.com as it appeared on June 23, 2000
|Bird of the Week:|
|Wood Thrush (Hylocichla mustelina)|
|Sound (113 KB)|
|Nesting & Feeding|
Images and sounds
courtesy of Thayer's Birds of North
State/Province of the Week:
Washington State is known for the great birding on the Olympic National Park, Wenas Valley and Gray's Harbor.
Washington Birding Links Birdwatching Hot Spots State Checklist
Hot Spot of the Week:
Upper Klamath Wildlife Basin, Oregon
42.48 N 122.06 W
15,000 acres of mostly freshwater marsh and open water. These habitats serve as excellent nesting and brood rearing areas for waterfowl and colonial nesting birds including American White Pelican and several heron species. Hundreds of thousands of waterfowl stop here during migration.This area extends into southern Washington.
Surprise #97: Bird Feeding Tips
Surprise #98: Backyard Habitat Program
Surprise #99: Hummingbird Behavior
Surprise #100: BirdSource
Surprise #101: Wildlife Rehabilitation Information
Surprise #102: Scotland Ornithological Society
(Surprise Web Sites #1-96)
Incredible Birding Web Site of the Month !! - June, 2000
American Bird Conservancy