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Backyard Birds

Can you identify a cardinal by its color? By its song? By the shape of its head? Can you tell the difference between a starling and a grackle? Amateur naturalists aged 10 and up will enjoy this program about the birds we find in our backyards, bird behavior and some practical birding tips. Spring is a great time to learn about backyard bird songs and calls, because this is the breeding season and they are very active.
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The Great Backyard Bird Count Project

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Pectoral Sandpiper, Denville , NJ 9-25-2011, via Flickr.

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Great Blue Heron

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Great Horned Owls...barn dwellers

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Red-Bellied Woodpecker

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Birding in Morris and Somerset Counties, NJ website

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DIY: Backyard Bird Habitats

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Merlin, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s new bird identification application, is a seamless, quick way for beginners to identify birds on-the-go. What is there to lose? Merlin is absolutely free—”The Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s goal is to help you and millions of others to learn about birds.”

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Merlin: an iPhone Bird Identification App For Beginners

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Birding and Wildlife Trail map of Skylands Region of NJ.

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NJ Audubon Society - full of information about birding in NJ.

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NJ Audubon Home

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Owl Spotting in New Jersey Northwest

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new jersey state bird goldfinch

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Turkey vultures are numerous up here in northwestern New Jersey and nearby New York.

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Backyard Birds | Common Backyard Birds in New Jersey in the Spring- New Jersey Bird ...

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Birds of New Jersey : field guide

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A guide to green New Jersey : nature walks in the garden state : forests, beaches, vineyards, battlefields, rail trails, marshes, orchards, canals, gardens, and more

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