Tag: Hurricane Bill

Boucher’s Birding Blog: Delaware Shorebirds in August

Written by | September 11th, 2009

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Late summer birding!? But it’s still hot in many parts of the country, hot and sultry and not much seems to be happening with songbirds, right? They’re in their post-breeding slump, molting and fattening up, getting ready to go south… But not every bird. There are birds are on the wing — shorebirds! They are […]

Hoping for a Hurricane? Coral Reefs Are

Written by | September 9th, 2009

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Having lived in the hurricane zone for most of the last decade, I have developed a bit of an addiction to The Weather Channel this time of year. Until recently, the general feeling around hurricane coverage and anticipation of hurricane season in the United States has been a fear of “the big one.”  Now, and […]

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