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Our Recommendations for June, 2002
24 Different Plush Toy Singing Birds
This cute goldfinch is soft and fuzzy -- and it sings!
The lifelike design and detailing is the result of input from the National Audubon Society. The authentic bird song is from the world famous Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Twenty four different birds available. 5 inches in length. Only $6.50 - $6.90 apiece.
63 State/Province CDs
This CD-ROM includes color photos, songs for all species from the world-famous Cornell Lab of Ornithology, range maps, abundance maps, ID tips and more.
The CD-ROM includes an ID Wizard to help you identify the birds, even if you do not know the bird's name. Just enter colors, size, habitat and location. The ID Wizard will show you photos of all the birds that match your description.
Voices of New World Parrots
Parrots are one of the most threatened bird groups in the world. This three-CD audio guide, Voices of New World Parrots, presents the characteristic sounds of virtually all of the New World parrots. Covering some 140 species, as well as many distinctive forms, the guide features a wide range of vocal signals and includes as many call types for each species as are available.
Cranesville Swamp Preserve
39.54 N 79.49 W
This unusual boreal bog is home to birds and plants that normally are found much farther north. Stay on the boardwalk to protect the plants. Visit in spring and summer.
Green Bottom Wildlife Management Area
38.56 N 82.28 W
South of Glenwood, this marshy area is good for birding at any time of the year. Look for Little Blue Herons, Great Egrets and Great Blue Herons.
Monongahela National Forest
38.19 N 80.13 W
The Cranberry Glades Botanical Area is a good spot to see the birds of the Appalachian mountains. Alder Flycatcher, Mourning and Canada Warblers and Northern Waterthrush may be found. Follow the Highland Scenic Highway if you have time.
Featured Hot Spot:
16 Minnesota Hot Spots
The American Birding Association will be holding its annual convention in Duluth, Minnesota this month (June 10-16th). If you are traveling to the convention, here are some places in the state you will want to visit. There have been some recent rare bird sightings as well.
Georgia Ornithological Society
The Georgia Ornithological Society's mission is to encourage the scientific study of birds by gathering and disseminating information on Georgia bird life. To promote the interest in, and appreciation of, the value of birds so as to help with the preservation of bird habitat. The Georgia Ornithological Society gives scholarships and produces scientific publications. The GOS also provides fellowship among those interested in nature.
Surprise Web Sites
(Surprise Web Sites #1-240)
241: Rouge River (Michigan) Bird Banding 242: The Peregrine Fund 243: North American Bluebird Society 244: Spain Birding 245: Birding on the Oregon Coast 246: Illinois Birds
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