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Birds of the West Indies – A review

In Birding Resourcesby Whitehawk Birding

The Caribbean has always been a source of fascination. Some might imagine it as the last pirate’s paradise. Others picture white sand beaches, palm trees overflowing with coconuts, turquoise waters and lush vegetation. We also …

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Exploring data on eBird

In Birding Resourcesby Whitehawk Birding

One of the sections of eBird that is most useful and appreciated by the majority of its users is “View and explore data.” Main menu under “View and explore data” Here, we can make use …

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Collaborating with eBird

In Birding Resourcesby Whitehawk Birding

Since early 2013 Whitehawk has actively collaborated with eBird, a project developed by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. It is a simple tool you can use to track the birds you have seen anywhere in …

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A Naturalist and other Beasts

In Birding Resourcesby Whitehawk Birding

For anyone dedicated to the world of conservation, George B. Shaller is more than just an idol, he is a legend. In his book, “A Naturalist and Other Beasts”, he guides us through the numerous …