Thursday, March 15, 2007

Random Gleanings from the Birdosphere #1

Introduction: If blogs inhabit the blogosphere, then it can be said that bird blogs inhabit the birdosphere. This daily (or as often as can find time to compile it) feature will highlight entries from North American bird blogs listed in my blogroll. To ensure that each blog has an equal opportunity to be featured, the blog of the day is chosen by randomly selecting a number (using an online random number generator) 1 to 200, each blog having been pre-assigned a unique number within that range. Once the featured blog of the day is selected, the featured entry is chosen by randomly selecting a number from 1 to 10 (corresponding to the 1st through 10th most-recent blog entry).

Today’s Featured Blog:
Birding Watching in South Florida – “I moved to South Florida in 2001 from Ithaca, NY, and found that I had to adjust my bird watching habits a bit down here. Live and learn. Enjoy my stories,” by Vonnie in South Florida (since February 2005)
Today’s Featured Entry:
The Eagles have landed!

"This morning I decided to surf the Audubon website and I came across this cool webcam monitoring an Eagle’s nest in Port St. Lucie. Click here and check out our state’s Eagles at close range. Enjoy!" (as originally posted here on January 27, 2007)

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