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For months I have been planning to make a guide that would, once and for all, settle all tricky IDs and make them easy. I have tried many different methods for Identifying birds, but none have worked so well as the one I have settled on to use in my guide. I hope you all will now have mastery over difficult identifications and enrich your birding experience greatly.

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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO BIRD IDENTIFICATION!

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14 minutes ago, Seanbirds said:

For months I have been planning to make a guide that would, once and for all, settle all tricky IDs and make them easy. I have tried many different methods for Identifying birds, but none have worked so well as the one I have settled on to use in my guide. I hope you all will now have mastery over difficult identifications and enrich your birding experience greatly.

Now Presenting...

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO BIRD IDENTIFICATION!

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That's fantastic -and so simple. You should publish it. Sean Cowden's Field Guide to the Birds of North America!

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46 minutes ago, Seanbirds said:

For months I have been planning to make a guide that would, once and for all, settle all tricky IDs and make them easy. I have tried many different methods for Identifying birds, but none have worked so well as the one I have settled on to use in my guide. I hope you all will now have mastery over difficult identifications and enrich your birding experience greatly.

Now Presenting...

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO BIRD IDENTIFICATION!

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Thank you so much! I had so much trouble identifying Bird vs. Bird, but now I can all thanks to this wonderful and helpful guide!

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56 minutes ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

There's a superstition that when you see a cardinal, the bird is the spirit of a dead relative. 

I've never heard that one, but not surprised. I heard in my growing up years that if a bird got into the house or sat on a window sill looking in that someone was going to die there soon. I knew some people that really believed it. Must not be true, though, or I would have been dead a long time ago!!

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