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Week 32: Idaho’s Teton Valley, and a visit to Jackson, Wyoming

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Our little adventure now moves us farther north, into Idaho’s Teton Valley area, and a visit to Jackson, Wyoming. The post Week 32: Idaho’s Teton Valley, and a visit to Jackson, Wyoming appeared first on 10,000 Birds. The running totals on our Little Big Year adventure are as follows: Little Big Year species – 876.

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Wind Farm Company Pleads Guilty to Bird Fatalities

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Photo of a Golden Eagle at a Wyoming wind farm by Dina Cappiello/Associated Press. The case involved the deaths of more than 150 birds, including 14 eagles, at two plants in Wyoming between 2009 and 2013. In what is apparently the first case of its kind, a U.S. The statement from Duke Energy Corp.

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Marmot eating very slowly

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I'd like to know why the yellow bellied marmot I saw in Wyoming was picking one piece of grass at a time and munching on it really slowly submitted by /u/ImportantGood6624 [link] [comments]

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The Best Birding Locations in the United States (according to ChatGPT)

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Here is a list of 20 popular birding locations in the United States, known for their rich diversity of bird species and habitats: Magee Marsh Wildlife Area – Ohio Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge – New Mexico Point Reyes National Seashore – California Cape May – New Jersey Everglades National Park – Florida High (..)

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Regarding Snow Leopards

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A Birder’s Guide to U.S. Federal Public Lands

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In fact, the overwhelming majority of federal land is in just 11 western states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming). The federal government owns about 46% of the land in these states but only about 4% of the other states (excluding Alaska).

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10,000 Birds goes eBirding – Part II

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(Inexplicably, eBird does not consider Puerto Rico part of the United States, but if it were properly included , it would do well, with 107 species.).