New Binocualrs for the Youngest of the Guides Trained

Youngest of the Guides Trained

One of the youngest participants (and one of few females) in National Audubon’s basic bird guide training course in the community of Uaxactún, Petén, Guatemala last year, Fabiola Ramos is a quiet but confident 9th grader with hawk-like eyes and a great memory. In addition to the monthly
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Birders’ Exchange is Rocking! Scarlet Macaws are Squawking

Birder’s Exchange is still at it! Putting binoculars and bird books into the hands of people who are making a difference like our friend Juan.

Paso Caballos is a Maya Q’eqchi’ village located on the southeastern edge of Laguna del Tigre National Park in the Maya Biosphere Reserve in Guatemala. Downriver from Paso Caballos
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Protecting Stopover Habitat for Cerulean Warbler

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One of the highest priority needs identified during the Second Cerulean Warbler Summit was basic natural history information about Cerulean Warblers in the non-breeding season.
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Birders’ Exchange and the Coffee Reserve Project

There is some fantastic habitat conservation work going on in the Neotropics, and Birders’ Exchange is helping – with your continued support. We always seek financial and equipment donations, but you can also help birds by buying organic, shade-grown coffees, such as ABA’s Song Bird Coffee. Mesoamerican coffee farms are situated in some of the
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