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Fatbirder is the premier birders’ web resource about birds, birding and birdwatching. Whether you are looking for facts about hummingbirds, songbirds, shorebirds or raptors in your backyard or are planning a trip or birding tour anywhere in the world Fatbirder is the site for you.
There are tens of thousands of links on two thousand pages about birding everywhere; a page for every country & state & every bird family.
It’s all here from RSPB wildlife reserves or Audubon bird sanctuaries to the best bird watching binoculars and spotting scopes. There are page sections on books, guides, forums, reserves, accommodation, trip report, bird clubs and more as well as pages on topics such as ornithology, twitching, endangered species, conservation, equipment, pelagics, birding holidays and much more.
Fatbirder benefits hugely from the contributions of birders, photographers, ornithologists and birdwatchers from all over the world. Local birders wrote most country and state introductions, and Fatbirder users took most of the photographs featured. As always, we welcome feedback and suggestions.
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- | Written by Lim Kim Seng, Yong Ding Li & Lim Kim Chuah & Illustrated by Dana Gardner| John Beaufoy Publishing | 2020 | Paperback | 396 Pages | 170 Colour Plates ...moreJuly 28th, 2020
- The latest Grumpy Old Birder Article is now on line as well as on page 19 of the Autumn 2020 edition of Birdwatching Magazine (UK) Read it HEREMay 10th, 2019
- Autumn Moorland – Birding Discovery Days 2020 The South Yorkshire moors form the eastern edge of the famous High Peak National Park. Their ornithological surprises are many and the autumn is a ...moreAugust 15th, 2020