Web Site of the Week: American Birding Association
The American Birding Association (ABA) is a non-profit with a two pronged goal: to support and educate birders and to protect birds. On the site, interested readers may like to begin with the ABA Blog, which is updated daily and offers posts about rare bird sightings, information on migrations, habitat alerts, and beautiful photographs of some of North America’s most delightful feathered friends. Birding enthusiasts might also find much to appreciate on the Birding News page, where they will find up-to-the-minute updates on bird activity in all 50 sates and around the world. The site also features numerous links to a variety of publications, events, conservation efforts, and other listings designed to help birders do what they love best. Finally, the Young Birders page offers a blog of its own, as well as a Facebook group and links to summer camps. In all, the ABA provides a stellar host of resources for birding enthusiasts from around the country. [CNH]
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