Collaborative List – November 2018

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23 May 2018. 12 Jun 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 20 Jan 2018. 13 Apr 2018. 04 Apr 2018. 19 Jan 2018. 13 Mar 2018. 03 Apr 2018. 05 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 03 Apr 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 13 Jan 2018.

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Collaborative List – October 2018

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27 Oct 2018. 27 Oct 2018. 25 Oct 2018. 25 Oct 2018. 25 Oct 2018. 25 Oct 2018. 25 Oct 2018. 22 Oct 2018. 21 Oct 2018. 18 Oct 2018. 18 Oct 2018. 17 Oct 2018. 17 Oct 2018. 17 Oct 2018. 17 Oct 2018.

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Collaborative List – July 2018

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28 Jul 2018. 27 Jul 2018. 27 Jul 2018. 27 Jul 2018. 26 Jul 2018. 26 Jul 2018. 26 Jul 2018. 26 Jul 2018. 26 Jul 2018. 26 Jul 2018. 26 Jul 2018. 26 Jul 2018. 25 Jul 2018. 25 Jul 2018. 24 Jul 2018.

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Collaborative list – September 2018

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29 Sep 2018. 28 Sep 2018. 28 Sep 2018. 28 Sep 2018. 28 Sep 2018. 28 Sep 2018. 27 Sep 2018. 25 Sep 2018. 25 Sep 2018. 24 Sep 2018. 23 Sep 2018. 23 Sep 2018. 23 Sep 2018. 23 Sep 2018. 22 Sep 2018.

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Collaborative list – August 2018

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30 Aug 2018. 29 Aug 2018. 29 Aug 2018. 29 Aug 2018. 26 Aug 2018. 26 Aug 2018. 26 Aug 2018. 26 Aug 2018. 25 Aug 2018. 24 Aug 2018. 23 Aug 2018. 22 Aug 2018. 20 Aug 2018. 20 Aug 2018. 18 Aug 2018.

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Collaborative List – June 2018

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23 May 2018. 12 Jun 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 20 Jan 2018. 13 Apr 2018. 04 Apr 2018. 19 Jan 2018. 13 Mar 2018. 03 Apr 2018. 05 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 03 Apr 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 13 Jan 2018.

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Ten Highlights from Birding in Costa Rica, 2018

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Birding in every form is a gift and since there are too many highlights to mention, I’m not sure if the following are the best ones from my 2018 but they are treasured nonetheless. For that reason, my 2018 list lacks various regular mud loving migrants like Long-billed Curlew, Wilson’s Phalarope , even Pectoral Sandpiper. For much of 2018, a Buff-fronted Quail-Dove was doing just that at the Colibri Cafe in Cinchona. Destinations 2018 Costa Rica

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Collaborative List – April 2018

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01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 20 Jan 2018. 13 Apr 2018. 04 Apr 2018. 19 Jan 2018. 13 Mar 2018. 03 Apr 2018. 05 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 03 Apr 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 13 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 02 Jan 2018. 24 Apr 2018. 24 Apr 2018.

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Collaborative List – May 2018

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23 May 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 20 Jan 2018. 13 Apr 2018. 04 Apr 2018. 19 Jan 2018. 13 Mar 2018. 03 Apr 2018. 05 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 03 Apr 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 13 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 02 Jan 2018. 24 Apr 2018.

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Collaborative List – March 2018

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31 Mar 2018. 30 Mar 2018. 28 Mar 2018. 28 Mar 2018. 26 Mar 2018. 25 Mar 2018. 25 Mar 2018. 25 Mar 2018. 25 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 24 Mar 2018. 23 Mar 2018. 23 Mar 2018. 23 Mar 2018.

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Collaborative List – February 2018

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01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 20 Jan 2018. 05 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 13 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 02 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 02 Jan 2018. 07 Feb 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 10 Jan 2018. 02 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 10 Jan 2018.

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Luxexcel adds 3D printed prescription lenses to Vuzix AR headsets

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The prescription inserts are designed especially for the Vuzix Blade AR Smart Sunglasses, and will be launched at CES Las Vegas 2018. Applications 3d priinted lenses CES 2018 Hans Streng Luxexcel Paul Travers VisionClear VisionEngine VisionPlatform Vuzix Vuzix BladeOphthalmic lens manufacturer Luxexcel has teamed up with augmented reality (AR) headset and eyewear company Vuzix to produce a range of 3D printed prescription lenses.

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Collaborative List – January 2018

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01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 20 Jan 2018. 05 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 13 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 06 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 02 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 10 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 10 Jan 2018. 28 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018. 01 Jan 2018.

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Here’s why 2018 Kicked our Ass—According to Numerology.

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2018 was a master number 11 (2+0+1+8=11) according to Numerology. Arts Astrology Enlightened Society 11 2 2018 elephant magazine master number new year Numerology relationships spiritualityIt carries the energy for life-altering transformation.

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Dear 2018.

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Dear 2018, You certainly were not easy but you were kind. You humbled, transformed and empowered me. You’ve been a blur and a blessing; filled with exhaustion, surprises and good madness. I gained insights and lost judgements. My heart rushed, opened, broke. We welcomed two tiny miracles and parted with my best canine friend. I […].

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First Phoebe of 2018

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I saw my first migratory Eastern Phoebe of 2018 this afternoon at Forest Park, thus kicking off spring for myself over a week after spring actually started. As I have for the last several years, I will now ask the same question of midwesterners and northeasterners that I ask every year: When did you see your first Eastern Phoebe of 2018? 2018 – 30 March.

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Pied Oystercatcher breeding season 2018

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This year is the eighteenth year since we discovered our first Pied Oystercatcher nest on Cable Beach in Broome and it didn’t take us long to realise that they are not at all successful at raising young due to egg and chick predation.

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My Birding Goals for 2018

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But 2018 is a whole new year and calls for all new goals. Will I be able to meet all of my goals for 2018? Do you have birding goals for 2018? Birding 2018 listingI had an amazing birding year in 2017 with tons of travel , lots of amazing birds , and some truly memorable experiences. My year list hasn’t even been started but when it does it will be as unattractive as the fledgling Yellow Warbler up above.

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Where Are You Birding This First Weekend of December 2018?

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Apart from all the other obligations and excitement December brings, you have one more month to chase down all your target birds for 2018. The post Where Are You Birding This First Weekend of December 2018?

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of October 2018)

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If you want to hear something really scary, consider this: we only have two more months of 2018! The post Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of October 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. A lot of thrill seekers immerse themselves in mock terror the weekend before Halloween.

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Clare M’s 2018 Year List

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This list was last updated January 12th 2018. Birding 2018 listing year listWell, another New Year crept up on us once again and once again I will commit to listing on the website! This all started way back in 2012 and several of us continued on in 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016. and 2017. Just looking at everyone’s lists over the years you can see how varied our birding lives can be.

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Where Are You Birding This Second Weekend of October 2018?

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The post Where Are You Birding This Second Weekend of October 2018? Did you participate in last weekend’s Global Big Day ? According to eBird , more than 17,000 birders from 146 countries tallied 6,136 species of birds.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of October 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of October 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. Autumn in New York blazes with abundant charms, but the flaming foliage and delicious fall harvest comes with some downsides, at least for those with evil seasonal allergies.

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Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of October 2018?

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The post Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of October 2018? As October winds down, dark minds turn to bats and other creatures of the night. But don’t spend all weekend in the shadows. Birds are flying fast and far these days, and you don’t want to miss them.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Fourth of November 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (Fourth of November 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. Some Mondays hit harder than others. Most Americans celebrated a long weekend filled with a lot (maybe too much) food, family, and shopping.

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Top 100 Economics Blogs of 2018

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Fourth of September 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (Fourth of September 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. Now that fall has officially fallen over the Northern Hemisphere, we can finally embrace apple cider, football, and anything flavored with pumpkin spice.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (First of December 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (First of December 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. December in the Northern Hemisphere starts slowly but picks up relentless speed as the month hurtles downhill towards a new year.

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Where Are You Birding This First Weekend of October 2018?

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The post Where Are You Birding This First Weekend of October 2018? We in the United States are looking at another long weekend at a terrific time of year to get an extra day of leisure. Argue all you wish about the Great Age of Exploration and exploitation of indigenous peoples.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (First of November 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (First of November 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. Anyone who lives in a state or country that observes Daylight Savings Time received the gift of an extra hour this weekend.

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Where Are You Birding This Fourth Weekend of November 2018?

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The post Where Are You Birding This Fourth Weekend of November 2018? You’d think that a long weekend launched by Turkey Day would prove popular for birding in the United States.

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Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of September 2018?

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The post Where Are You Birding This Final Weekend of September 2018? During the last weekend of September, birds are well and truly on the move all across the world. So why aren’t you birding right now?

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Second of September 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (Second of September 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. Many birders have places they return to year after year, special pilgrimages promising scenes and species they see nowhere else.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of November 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of November 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. While I rarely lie to our readers, this moment calls for complete candor: I cannot stand the arrival of winter.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Second of November 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (Second of November 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. November may not exhibit the gaudy charms of some of our more festive (not to mention warmer) months in the Northern Hemisphere, but these days possess their own charms.

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Where Are You Birding This Second Weekend of November 2018?

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The post Where Are You Birding This Second Weekend of November 2018? As I watch the season’s first snowfall (flurries, thankfully) accumulate on my lawn, I can’t help but feel a sense of loss. Most, if not all, of our southbound migrants have moved on.

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Where Are You Birding This Third Weekend of September 2018?

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The post Where Are You Birding This Third Weekend of September 2018? We’re in it now, and by “it” I don’t mean another academic year, although the recent rash of school open houses means were in that too.

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Where Are You Birding This Second Weekend of September 2018?

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The post Where Are You Birding This Second Weekend of September 2018? We’re in the shoulder season now, perfectly poised to enjoy the fruits of the passing season and the one that lies ahead. Whatever the wind blows your way this weekend, be ready!

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Best Bird of the Weekend (First of October 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (First of October 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. Can anyone deny that a perfect autumn weekend ranks as high as any span of days any other time of year?

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Where Are You Birding This First Weekend of June 2018?

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In terms of migration excitement, June feels like the party you arrived at just a little late. Everyone still seems to having a ball, but the merriment isn’t flowing quite as freely as it was before. Live it up, though, because, with a few weeks, the migration party may really be over! I’m prepping for a big birding bonanza in Honduras (!!!!) next week, which means this weekend will be devoted primarily to non-birding responsibilities.

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Where Are You Birding This Third Weekend of October 2018?

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The post Where Are You Birding This Third Weekend of October 2018? We’re at that point where the season to come seems more present than the one just passing. Case in point, many of us in Upstate New York just experienced our first frost, mild yet chilling in its implications.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Second of October 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (Second of October 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. Migratory months are made for Big Days, Big Sits, and generally Big birding hauls. How Big was your weekend? Corey had an amazing day on Saturday at Fort Tilden doing his Big Sit. (He’ll

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of September 2018)

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The post Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of September 2018) appeared first on 10,000 Birds. September has drawn to a close, but the birding excitement may just be getting started, depending on where you live. Migratory season can last a while, so pace yourselves!

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