The world knows Charles Darwin as a keen observer of the natural world and as a theorist. But Darwin was a remarkable expermenter also, as James Costa shows in this book.
It was August, so the Avid Birders were on the hunt for shorebirds. And shorebirds we found – read on to learn all about it.
The weather forecast looked frightful, but the birds were so delightful (with apologies to lyricist Sammy Cahn….). Would the Avids survive the storms?
90th Anniversary FeatureA Brief History of the Columbus Audubon Avid BirdersIn 1980, popular annual Columbus Audubon Society trips to Killdeer Plains and the Clear Creek valley were the only organized public outings for local birders who ventured much outside the immediate metropolitan area. In August of 1982, spurred by ambitions shared by Judy Howard and…