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Andes Mountain

Vultures! Nature's Clean-up Crew

In celebration of vulturesKing Vulture © Patricia van Casteren                                       ... read more »

Join BirdNote on a trip to Chile and Argentina, November 2015

Sold Out – Please call 800-723-8454 to be placed on a waitlist.Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay...Join BirdNote's Adam Sedgley and Kate Godman on a culturally rich, two-week journey with Earthbound Expeditions! Sip velvety smooth wines in the Maipo Valley, visit the seaside home of Pablo Neruda,... read more »

Ecuador's Nature Reserves

Ecuador is home to 1,600 species of birds — twice the number in all of North America. Artist and naturalist Paul Greenfield, a long-time resident of Ecuador, has helped create conservation reserves, large and small. He feels that smaller reserves may have the best chance for long-term success.... read more »

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Autumnal Equinox

Today marks the mid-point between June's longest day and December's shortest day. We may hardly notice, but ancient cultures closely watched the changes in the sun's daily patterns. One legend from the Andes of South America held that only the giant Andean Condor (like the one pictured here),... read more »

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