Let's Do A Survey!
There is a little survey going around birding blogs. I love surveys. To the point, informational, no BS. I post birder surveys all the time (check out 'Birder Profiles' along the lefthand column). So, here are my answers:What state (or country) do you live in?
For now, MaineHow long have you been birding?
2 yearsAre you a "lister"?
YepABA Life List:
249Overall Life List:
2493 Favorite Birding Spots:
Bombay Hook DE, Montezuma Wetland Complex NY, coastal MaineFavorite birding spot outside your home country:
Not yet.Farthest you've traveled to chase a rare bird:
I'd travel anywhere...probably the pelagic trip because that took all day. Nemesis bird:
Peregrine Falcon...where are you!?"Best" bird sighting:
Dulles Snowy OwlMost wanted trip:
Arctic National Wildlife RefugeMost wanted bird:
Ross' GullWhat model and brand of bins do you use?:
Nikon Monarch 10x42What model and brand of scope do you use?:
nadaWhat was the last lifer you added to your list?:
Iceland Gull, today!Where did you see your last lifer?:
Pine Point, Scarborough, MaineWhat's the last bird you saw today?:
American RobinBest bird song you've heard ever:
Broad-Winged Hawk is my favorite...Favorite birding moment:
So many...seeing the Snow Geese at Bombay Hook.Least favorite thing about birding:
That it isn't more socially acceptable.Favorite thing about birding:
Absolutely everything, but, mostly, going to new places.Favorite field guide for the US:
SibleyFavorite non-field guide bird book:
Books are sooo 20th century. Try the Life of Birds DVDs from the BBC.Who is your birder icon?:
unsure...I'd have to say it was those guys on the Maryland pelagic. Do you have a bird feeder(s)?
Nope.Favorite feeder bird?