i & the bird #20: birdicious

March 30, 2006

in Blogs, links, and the like

It’s better than del.icio.us. It’s bird.icio.us! Can you digg it?

Mud, mud, glorious mud
Some dirty birding.
first posted by Ben Cruachan Blog
on 2006-03-11

Last of the Parakeets
Once an army, now barely a tea party, Budgerigars are declining in Florida.
first posted by The Birdchaser
on 2006-03-28

Birds attacking windows
A public service announcement.
first posted by Mike’s Birding and Digiscoping Blog
on 2006-03-25

Smart sparrows
A little tribute to Rufous-winged Sparrows.
first posted by Aimophila Adventures
on 2006-03-07

Eastern Bluebirds
first posted by Woodsong
on 2006-03-27

the little farter
Why the Cuban Tody is called the Pedorrera.
first posted by bootstrap analysis
on 2006-03-20

Goodbye, Beautiful Dream
Commentary on the dispute over the conclusiveness of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker video.
first posted by Living the Scientific Life
on 2006-03-16

The Pied Junco: Nature and the Individual
first posted by Foothills Fancies on 2006-03-25

Muscatine Music
A prelude on mussel buttons leads to observations on bird song dialects.
first posted by Roundrock Journal
on 2006-03-26

Blackbirds at Nine Springs
first posted by Mike’s Birding and Digiscoping Blog on 2006-03-19

Chachalacas, Caracaras and Kiskadees, Oh My!
first posted by Rambling Ranger
on 2006-02-19

Backyard birds in PNG
That’s Papua New Guinea.

first posted by Search and Serendipity
on 2006-03-19

Hughes Hollow
A field trip turns up 50 species of spring.
first posted by DC Birding Blog
on 2006-03-19

A convergence of convergences
A discussion of convergence, both evolutionary and linguistic, regarding hornbills and toucans.

first posted by Rigor Vitae
on 2006-03-26

Woodcock peenting
The spring rite of the timberdooble.

first posted by Thomasburg Walks
on 2006-03-21

Morning Dorkwalk
Even dorky walkers can see a Bushtit or two.

first posted by WildBird on the Fly
on 2006-03-28

Sandy Hook Migration Watch
first posted by Somewhere in NJ on 2006-03-16

Point Pelee, ON, May 16-17, 2005
Is birding the migration hotspot in the eastern U.S. like rooting for the Yankees?
first posted by bird DC
on 2006-03-21

Bird pictures from Canyon of the Eagles
first posted by Coyote Mercury on 2006-03-15

House blend/Melange maison
A tale of squatters in the house.
first posted by As Time Goes By
on 2006-03-15

A Sunday flight center trip
Just a half dozen eagles exercising their wings.
first posted by Bird TLC
on 2006-03-19

Nuthatch sighting
Unsolicited, honest.
first posted by Bird brained stories
on 2006-03-16

Avian camouflage foiled (or: Gotcha)
Rose-ringed Parakeets in Israel.
first posted by Elms in the Yard
on 2006-03-16

Birdwatching Sunday
first posted by Sally’s World on 2006-03-27

Love is in the air
Female Belted Kingfisher photo.
first posted by Rob’s Idaho Perspective
on 2006-03-17

Carcass
A mystery where the gnatcatchers roam.

first posted by Sphere
on 2006-03-26

The Harris Hawk
An encounter with a falconer’s Harris’s Hawk.
first posted by Time’s Fool
on 2006-03-06

Birds and cats
Pippin has fun watching a siskin.
first posted by Research at a Snail’s Pace
on 2006-03-16

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{ 13 comments }

Blog Carnival March 30, 2006 at 6:37 am

Blog Carnival index: i & the bird #20: birdicious

I AND THE BIRD is now up at bootstrap analysis!

TroutGrrrl March 30, 2006 at 8:17 am

Great job Nutty! Another witty presentation!

Science and Sarcasm March 30, 2006 at 8:33 am

I and the Bird #20

Nuthatch at Bootstrap Analysis has not only posted the 20th edition of the I and the Bird blog carnival, she’s created a whole new web app styled after the popular del.icio.us bookmark organization site. This one’s called bird.icio.us…

John March 30, 2006 at 10:06 am

Following in the line of the Googlish Circus of the Spineless.

Mike March 30, 2006 at 10:25 am

Awesome, Nuthtach! I think this bird.icio.us edition should find its way onto del.icio.us, digg, furl, and all those other bookmark lists.

Dave March 30, 2006 at 10:33 am

Excellent Nutty!

W o o d S o n g March 30, 2006 at 1:30 pm

IATB 20

The 20th installment of I and the Bird is up and running at Bootstrap Analysis. A positively bird.icio.us lineup of bird-blogging, well done Nuthatch!

Thomasburg Walks March 30, 2006 at 6:54 pm

It’s bird.icio.us!

Modelled after del.icio.us, it’s here: an elegant presentation of a great collection. More new contributors plus many old favourites. It’s i & the bird #20: birdicious, at bootstrap analysis: the lastest edition of the carnival of the best in recent bi…

Pharyngula March 30, 2006 at 11:02 pm

Carnivalia, and an open thread

Here are a few recent carnivals to peruse… 31st Skeptics’ Circle 20th I the Bird …and otherwise, chat away about whatever….

Modulator March 30, 2006 at 11:35 pm

It’s Birdicious!

I and the Bird #20 is up at Bootstrap Analysis!…

Modulator March 31, 2006 at 1:49 am

Friday Ark #80

We’ll post links to sites that have Friday (plus or minus a few days) photos of their chosen animals (photoshops at our discretion and humans only in supporting roles). Watch the Exception category for rocks, beer, coffee cups, and….? We will add you…

The House April 1, 2006 at 6:55 am

How did this happen?

Seems like I just read all of my favourite blogs and now everyone has two or three posts up. Did I get sucked into a vortex or something? Not only that but two of them are carnivals! I really really

Modulator April 7, 2006 at 1:56 am

Friday Ark #81

We’ll post links to sites that have Friday (plus or minus a few days) photos of their chosen animals (photoshops at our discretion and humans only in supporting roles). Watch the Exception category for rocks, beer, coffee cups, and….? We will add you…

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