The Montclair Bird Club
Montclair Bird Club
Celebrating 100 Years of Birding
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Photos by Rick Wright
Latest uploads 2/9/21
The cake at our jubilee dinner.
San Pellegrino in Alpe perches high in the Apennines, where wood larks, black redstarts, and tree pipits breed on the edge of alpine habitat.
Southern France preserves some of the most breathtaking monuments of the Roman Empire.
Familiar from generations of elementary French books, the Pont du Gard is a great place to see alpine swifts, golden orioles, and hoopoes.
Ross goose populations have exploded in the past forty years, such that this once-rare bird is now common to abundant from the Great Plains west.
As pink-footed goose numbers increase on their Old World breeding grounds, the species is occurring more and more frequently in the US and Canada.