Total ABA Species Recorded During 2010 - 731

Monday, December 13, 2010


I want to again ask those of you who enjoy reading this blog to consider making a donation to CVWO, the research and education organization that operates the Kiptopeke bird banding station on Virginia's Eastern Shore and sponsors other projects involving birds, butterflies, and conservation.  It's the end of the year and a good time to consider charitable donations.  CVWO is a 501c3 organization with a good track record.  It hires quality paid staff to carry out their mission and produce the results which have made them the premier Mid-Atlantic songbird banding station for several decades.  Just click on the CVWO button in the upper left of my blog and you will be taken to their website which guides you through the online donation process.  Your contribution will help maintain the high quality work from this outstanding organization.  Thanks.


  1. Hey Bob. I just read in the latest issue of Birding that the Acrocephalus warbler that you found at Gambell on 9/9 is probably a Blyth's Reed-Warbler, a new species for North America. I guess you probably know this but WOW!! What a year. Hope there's a few new ones down the home stretch.


  2. POSSIBLE or PROBABLE Black-Vented Oriole at Bentsen SP