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Pat’s 2020 Bird List, Mostly from Costa Rica

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This is my year list for 2020, the list of the bird species identified from January 1st, 2020 to December 31st, 2020. It’s going to be good, it already is, I wish all you other birders out there a fantastic, fulfilling year of birding in 2020! Black-bellied Plover – Pluvialis squatarola; Punta Morales, 10-Jan. Wilson’s Plover – Charadrius wilsonia; Punta Morales, 10-Jan. Semipalmated Plover – Charadrius semipalmatus; Punta Morales, 10-Jan.

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Collaborative list – January 2020

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For 2020, the list will only contain the relevant month’s sightings to avoid huge, bulky posts as the year progresses. These are the opening stats for 2020. 17 Jan 2020. 05 Jan 2020. 28 Jan 2020. 05 Jan 2020. 05 Jan 2020. 10 Jan 2020. 01 Jan 2020. 25 Jan 2020. 05 Jan 2020. 05 Jan 2020. 01 Jan 2020. 18 Jan 2020. 01 Jan 2020. 02 Jan 2020. 01 Jan 2020. 01 Jan 2020.

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Unflappable by Suzie Gilbert–An Author Interview

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We’re all connected through email and listservs, and we all swap information and provide each other with moral support. And don’t forget, I’m the one coming out of solitude and ready to rejoin humanity in March of 2020. Perch Press (March 24, 2020). Suzie Gilbert has once again ventured into new territory and written a novel–a crazy road trip adventure entitled Unflappable.

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Highlights from Birding Costa Rica, 2019

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The sleeping Long-billed Curlew that Mary and I espied at the salt ponds of Punta Morales. These experiences, guiding, and other aspects of birding were gifts, I look forward to 2020. Wishing readers of 10,000 Birds a wonderful 2020! I write this on the final day of the year, the last bit of 2019. The point of orbit for which the Earth starts and completes its merry-go-round the Sun is subjective but according to eBird, now is the time.

“The Edge,” an LA novel of sex, drugs, alt-rock, and (some) birds

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His co-workers, bosses, girl- and boyfriends are all of the type termed “vile bodies” by Evelyn Waugh in his 1930 novel of that title, concerning a different time and place but the same milieu, one of vapid and overindulgent, morally centerless young people. 26, February 11, 2020. Reviewed regularly on this blogsite are: (1) bird identification guides, visual and sonic; (2) books about living with birds or caring for rescued birds; and (3) alcoholic beverages named after birds.

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A review of the birdcentric novel “Accidentals” (the title of which is in the plural for a reason)

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And, given the complicated questions of morality inherent in various parts of her story, she has the perfect (and perfectly ambiguous) ending. The new hot novelist Jenny Offill was quoted in the Times magazine recently about her first book: “If someone had described this novel to me, I would never have read it.”. Good as that line is, it would be wrong to use it in a review of Accidentals , the new novel by Susan M.

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Combined Beats’ List – September

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Duncan has been in Africa, sweeping all before him like a brush fire. Through Botswana during the first week of September, then into Ethiopia with a late flourish, he has carried the list to 2191 as at September 30t h. Redgannet missed an opportunity to contribute when he was completely washed out at Lekki Conservation Centre in Nigeria. Electric storms closed the new walkway there and he amassed a total list of just 3 birds!

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