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10 Cool Galapagos Endemics (That Aren’t Finches or Tortoises)

Pink iguanas, giant daisy trees, and lava-loving cacti — our 10 picks for cool Galapagos endemics that aren’t finches or tortoises.

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Ready, Set, Bird: 6 Spring Migration Hotspots

Spring migration is underway, so dust off your binoculars and check out our picks for great spring birding hotspots.

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How to Green Birding’s ‘Big Year’

In a “Big Year,” birders race to rack up as many bird species as possible, often at a great economic and environmental cost. The Big Green Year changes that.

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Boucher’s Bird of the Month: Horned Guan

Intrepid Conservancy birder Tim Boucher leaves the snow behind and heads to Guatemala in search of the rare and unusual Horned Guan.

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Meet the Ocellated Turkey

Put aside thoughts of the Thanksgiving bird. There’s another turkey: a colorful bird that haunts Mayan ruins. Meet the Meleagris ocellata, the ocellated turkey.

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The Traveling Naturalist: Swimming with Jellyfish in Palau

Does the idea of snorkeling through a mass of pulsing jellyfish make your heart skip a beat? Our blogger found the experience of swimming with millions of jellyfish in Palau to be both fearsome and awe-inspiring.

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The Ospreys Are Back!
Live views, 24/7, of an Alabama osprey nest. Record your observations and ask our ecologist about what you’re seeing.

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