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Blog (Monday, August 22, 2016)
NPS Centennial: Getting a Bird's Eye View From Bodie Island Lighthouse
In late September 2013, I visited the Outer Banks of North Carolina. One of the highlights of the trip was a stop at Bodie Lighthouse on the Oregon Inlet in Nags Head, NC. It had recently undergone major renovations that finished at the end of March 2013. Luckily for me, it was now open for the public to explore the interior of the lighthouse!
Blog (Friday, August 19, 2016)
NPS Centennial: Paddling & Birding on the Congaree River
Growing up in Columbia, South Carolina, I’ve had this somewhat overlooked gem in my backyard my whole life. My dad loves bird watching, so, as a child, I got to go to the Congaree National Park about four times a year for the seasonal bird counts.
Blog (Wednesday, March 9, 2016)
Spring Birding Made Easy
Some folks consider birding the best scavenger hunt available to mankind. Last year, we explored Backyard Birding Made Easy. This year, we’re going to apply those principles to birding in the great outdoors. In celebration of the National Parks System’s 100th year, we’ve included a few tips on where to seek out and how to successfully identify birds in the woods and along the trail in a National Park nearest you.
Blog (Friday, March 14, 2014)
Backyard Birding Made Easy
Bird watching is full of surprises. Did you realize that chickadees are as fond of peanut butter as your four-year-old… and as prone to squabbling over it as toddlers are? Have you ever watched a cardinal feed a choice seed to his mate? Listened to the joyous song of a sparrow after a rainstorm?