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Beginning a Birding Blog

10,000 Birds

Well, although I am hard at work being the leading world birder, I’ve somehow had the time to become an old hand at this blogging stuff as well. Among the things that more and more birders have mentioned to me over the years is their urge to start their own birding blog, but they just don’t know how to go about it.

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Noon Blog at Space Coast

10,000 Birds

The event that I am most looking forward to at the 15th Annual Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival is the “Noon Blog” that I will have the great pleasure of facilitating. And, assuming that you have registered, are you planning on attending the Noon Blog? So, have you registered for the festival yet? If not, why not?

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The X Blog

10,000 Birds

Greg Laden , who blogs here on the third Thursday of each month on Bird Evolutionary Biology, has started a new blog with Freethought Blogs called The X Blog. Congratulations and best wishes, Greg!

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Birding Brazil Blog

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Derek Kverno has already created epic blog travelogues of his stints in Ecuador and Tanzania. Now he’s moved to Brazil , which means we get to vicariously explore the avifauna of another bird-rich country.

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#PawsInLove giveaway and blog hop

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We have a $25 gift card to giveaway to one lucky reader … Continue reading → The post #PawsInLove giveaway and blog hop appeared first on 4 The Love of Animals. Valentine’s day is coming soon, and what better way to show your furry Valentine how much you care than to spoil them with a shopping spree at PetSmart!

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Are Bird Blog Trip Reports Dead?

10,000 Birds

But if a blog post is an un-or-poorly illustrated, straightforward account of a birder’s visit to a local park that lacks amazing birds or scenery is there any reason to read it? So why the heck are blog posts about birding local patches the most common type of blog post that bird bloggers produce? Really boring.

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Protecting Your Blog From Plagiarism

10,000 Birds

My colleague leavesnbloom over at the Nature Blog Network posted a really useful and cogent look at Copyright and Plagiarism. If you’ve got a blog that you want to protect from scrapers, aggregators, and outright content thieves, you’ll want to read this ASAP! I learned quite a bit from it.