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I and the Bird, 101

tags: I and the Bird, blog carnival, birds, birding, bird watching Welcome to Birds seen on the other side of the Century Mark!

Seeking Submissions: I and the Bird

Hey everyone, I am once again asking you to send me submissions for my issue of the I and the Bird blog carnival. The carnival will be published here on 21 February at noon EST (unless the blog platform’s scheduling feature is still screwy, which it might be, grrrr). I am seeking submissions about wild…

I and the Bird Now Available

tags: blog carnivals, birds, bird watching, ornithology The 68th edition of the bi-monthly blog carnival, I and the Bird, is now available for you to enjoy. This blog carnival focuses on linking to blog writing about BIRDS BIRDS BIRDS, and they included something from me, too! By the way, I am hosting the next issue…

tags: Carnival of Feminists, blog carnivals The 67th edition of the blog carnival, I and the Bird, is now available for your reading pleasure. They included a late submission from me, too.

I and the Bird Now Available

tags: I and the Bird, blog carnivals The 66th edition of I and the Bird blog carnival is now available for you to enjoy. This issue takes the form of a play written by Oscar Wildlife.

I and the Bird Now Available

tags: I and the Bird, blog carnivals The 65th edition of the birding blog carnival, I and the Bird, is now available for you to enjoy. There’s lots of birding tips there, as well as some Christmas Bird Count news, too.

I and the Bird Now Available

tags: I and the Bird, blog carnivals The 64th edition of I and the Bird blog carnival is now available for you to enjoy. This is the Iowa caucuses edition because the host lives in Iowa and because Iowa is the first state to host a caucus for the presidential candidates. Fortunately, they included a…

Just for all my bird-loving pals, the 58th edition of I and the Bird blog carnival is now available for you to enjoy. This blog carnival was written as a conversation between the author and Doctor Who. Who? As usual, there are plenty of birdalicious links for you to explore, so be sure to pop…