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Birding Places in Europe and the Mediterranean

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During his birding travels through Europe, he came up with the idea for Birdingplaces: why was it so hard to get good birding info in most countries? Would it be possible to unite European birders online and create a site guide for birding in Europe? Yes, it was possible. That’s how Birdingplaces was born in 2019.

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Birding the humid subtropical Europe

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Here along the banks of the Danube, with Central Europe at one and the Balkans at the other bank, mid-summer is a tricky part of the year if you are a birder. The post Birding the humid subtropical Europe appeared first on 10,000 Birds. The sun rises a few minutes before 5 a.m. and the crack of dawn starts by 4:15 a.m.

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Gulls of Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East: An Identification Guide

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That is why I am so pleased to see the new “Gulls of Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East: An Identification Guide” being illustrated with nearly 1400 colour photographs of the 45 species of gulls found in the Western Palearctic. And even the best of and the most respected painters are not spared of such scrutiny. Highly recommended.

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Finding birds in Deliblato Sands, part 1/3: the largest sand dune system of Europe

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The post Finding birds in Deliblato Sands, part 1/3: the largest sand dune system of Europe appeared first on 10,000 Birds. When to go: breeding and migration seasons (April to June and late August to mid-September). eBird list of the recorded species. To be continued.

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Why are there no Alligators in Europe?

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WHY ARE THERE NO GATORS IN EUROPE? We got plenty of food, no predators (as far as I can think at least) and in some States of the U.S there's pretty cold winter's and still gators. Couldn't just 1 small population of Gators spread in rivers and lake? submitted by /u/West_March_6448 [link] [comments]

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Climate Change And Birds: Europe vs. North America

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I want to alert you to a recent study (from April) that looks at the plight of bird populations under conditions of climate change in Europe and North America. The study looked at common birds, and used data divided by either state (in the US) or country (in Europe). Again, Europe is on the left, North America is on the right.

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Waterfowl of North America, Europe & Asia: An Identification Guide

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Published by Princeton University Press in early 2016, Waterfowl of North America, Europe, and Asia (I’m going to use this shortened title for the rest of the review), covers 83 species of Anseriformes–ducks, geese, and swans–of, yes, Europe, Asia and North America. Plate 20, Trumpeter, Whooper, Tundra Swans.