Have some photos but Blogger won't let me post them today - SorryWhat state (or country) do you live in?
NY, USAHow long have you been birding?
45+ years but I have only been keeping a life list since the early 1990’sAre you a "lister"?
I didn’t think so but discovered that we regularly make lists on birding tripsABA Life List
: 430Overall Life List
: ?3 Favorite Birding Spots:
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, NY; Bentsen Rio Grande State Park, Texas; Desoto or LaSalle Wildlife Refuge, Iowa/NebraskaFavorite birding spot outside your home country:
Point Pelee, Ontario, CanadaFarthest you've traveled to chase a rare bird:
There are so many left to see that I really haven’t gone bird chasing.Nemesis bird:
Probably a Northern Saw-whet Owl – we hear them but I have never seen one."Best" bird sighting:
Blue Bunting at trailer loop camp #9 Bentsen Rio Grande State Park, TexasMost wanted trip:
Back to Waterton Lakes or a pelagic tripMost wanted bird:
For the moment- an Atlantic PuffinWhat model and brand of bins do you use?:
Whichever ones are handy but most frequently Bausch & Lomb because they are light weightWhat model and brand of scope do you use?:
Haven’t chosen one yet.What was the last lifer you added to your list?:
Black GuillemotWhere did you see your last lifer?:
Acadia Park, MaineWhat's the last bird you saw today?:
Yellow-Rumped WarblerBest bird song you've heard ever:
Wood Thrush or California ThrasherFavorite birding moment:
First trip to South Texas - Sitting at a picnic table in Bentsen Rio Grande State Park and adding twenty birds to my life list in only a couple of hours.Least favorite thing about birding:
Bugs and those birders who blow smoke at me --- oh yes – poison ivy.Favorite thing about birding:
Seeing a new birdFavorite field guide for the US:
This is difficult – there are things I like about several but would love to combine them into one book ( I guess Petersons and National Geographic)Favorite non-field guide bird book:
Possibly a guide to birding sites but my bookshelves are so full I can’t pick.Who is your birder icon:
Can’t think of one unless it is John MuirDo you have a bird feeder(s)?
YesFavorite feeder bird?
I really don’t think I have a favorite but the chickadees and nuthatches do entertain me greatly.
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