One day; 24 hours; 264 species
Watch the Osprey Cam at Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge! Also known to long-time birders as Brigantine NWR (or the "Brig"), this is where I spent many, many days in my late teens and 20's, and a place I try to visit every time I go home to NJ. Suffice to say, the Brig is a very special place to me, and many other birders.
Check out this first ever video featuring a pair of Spoon-bill Sandpiper raising their chicks. The Spoon-bill Sandpiper is one of the rarest shorebirds on the planet. Their numbers have been in very serious decline for the past decade.
Scrub Jay Funeral
The Central Park Effect Reveals the extraordinary array of wild birds who grace Manhattan's celebrated patch of green and the equally colorful, full-of-attitude New Yorkers who schedule their lives around the rhythms of migration.
Woodpecker on a Feeder!
Flight of the Goshawk (Why its prey, usually smaller birds, don’t stand a chance)
The most amazing bird song in the world? (Click to watch and listen)
Birdsong and Music (David Matthews, one of Britain's leading composers, has always been interested in the incorporation of the natural world into his music)