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  200 Most recent stories in topic Birds of Kentucky
  1. Birds of KY: ID of Trilling Bird at Dawn in Fall, at Fairplay???
    Posted: 2017-10-07, Story ID: 93212

  2. Jon Halsey: Male hummers have departed Knifley
    Posted: 2017-09-20, Story ID: 92890

  3. Maury asks: When do hummingbirds leave our area?
    Posted: 2017-09-20, Story ID: 92882

  4. James Bost: Little brown birds almost always wrens
    Posted: 2017-07-13, Story ID: 91607

  5. Kudos for Birds of Kentucky - Blue Heron final approach
    Posted: 2016-11-17, Story ID: 86997

  6. Great American Backyard Birdcount is underway
    Posted: 2016-02-12, Story ID: 81001

  7. Tony Rutherford: Dotty Thompson Nagel Cardinal a great photo
    Posted: 2016-02-04, Story ID: 80779

  8. Great American Bird Count is 12-13-14-15 Feb 2016
    Posted: 2016-01-12, Story ID: 80083

  9. Birds of KY: Sandhill Cranes expected at Barren River State Park
    Posted: 2015-12-25, Story ID: 79763

  10. Billy Joe Fudge: Gradyville Odd Bird is Diamond Dove
    Posted: 2015-05-08, Story ID: 75120

  11. Woodpecker picture ID: It's Red-bellied Woodpecker
    Posted: 2015-03-05, Story ID: 73734

  12. The Great American Bird Count starts at midnight
    Posted: 2015-02-12, Story ID: 73091

  13. Witnessing a callous cowbird act
    Posted: 2014-05-11, Story ID: 67242

  14. Birds of KY: Cowbird or Catbird? Vote is now Cowbird 4, Catbird 1
    Posted: 2014-04-19, Story ID: 66788

  15. Wendy Bird: Hummingbirds should be back any minute now
    Posted: 2014-04-10, Story ID: 66563

  16. Wendy Bird: A reminder to feed the birds today
    Posted: 2014-03-03, Story ID: 65705

  17. Wendy Bird: Time to clean out birdhouses
    Posted: 2014-03-01, Story ID: 65646

  18. Your birds are waiting to be counted!
    Posted: 2014-02-15, Story ID: 65321

  19. Merlin Bird ID App Free from Cornell Labs
    Posted: 2014-01-09, Story ID: 64506

  20. Birds of Kentucky: Sandhill Crane fly over Fairplay, KY
    Posted: 2013-11-28, Story ID: 63633

  21. Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Be careful around least tern nests
    Posted: 2013-06-21, Story ID: 60256

  22. News from Egypt: Delightful newcomer, a baby killdeer
    Posted: 2013-06-18, Story ID: 60190

  23. Cowbird inhabiting Halsey barns are attentive parents
    Posted: 2013-05-31, Story ID: 59873

  24. Wendy Burt: Odd egg is likely that of brown-headed cowbird
    Posted: 2013-05-31, Story ID: 59870

  25. Raptor Rehabilitation of KY exhibits at LWC
    Posted: 2013-04-23, Story ID: 59067

  26. Indigo Bunting spotted at Beautiful Joppa, KY
    Posted: 2013-04-17, Story ID: 58965

  27. Birds of KY: Owls - Screech and Barn are different owls
    Posted: 2013-04-01, Story ID: 58604

  28. Birds of Kentucky: Wants to know about owls
    Posted: 2013-03-31, Story ID: 58585

  29. Birds of KY: Question on bird kinship
    Posted: 2013-03-11, Story ID: 58144

  30. Wonders how Brandon Hitch got so close to hawk
    Posted: 2013-02-19, Story ID: 57715

  31. Pam Dailey already counting - Great Backyard Bird Count
    Posted: 2013-02-15, Story ID: 57648

  32. Great Backyard Bird Count starts today! Feb. 15-18, 2013
    Posted: 2013-02-15, Story ID: 57647

  33. Applause for Brandon Hitch's Hawk shot
    Posted: 2013-02-14, Story ID: 57633

  34. Marrowbone, KY, eagle photo shot with Nikon P510
    Posted: 2013-01-02, Story ID: 56711

  35. Birds of Kentucky: Chicken, guinea hunting eagle at Gadberry
    Posted: 2012-12-14, Story ID: 56387

  36. Wild Turkey seeks asylum at Tucker's Station Farms
    Posted: 2012-11-04, Story ID: 55612

  37. Chris Cato says thistle always attracts summer time finches
    Posted: 2012-07-13, Story ID: 53089

  38. Summer Finch Feeding: Might try Niger Seed
    Posted: 2012-07-12, Story ID: 53081

  39. Why no finches at feeder?
    Posted: 2012-07-12, Story ID: 53072

  40. From Gradyville, KY, where the kingbirds thrive
    Posted: 2012-06-10, Story ID: 52476

  41. Dr. Robert Doty bird photographs will be on display at CU
    Posted: 2012-03-14, Story ID: 50629

  42. Great Backyard Bird Count starts tomorrow! (Feb. 17-20, 2012)
    Posted: 2012-02-16, Story ID: 50045

  43. The Great Back Yard Bird Count, February 17-20, 2012
    Posted: 2012-02-14, Story ID: 50004

  44. Bird Fay remembers more grayish, rounded, than Pileated
    Posted: 2012-01-11, Story ID: 49335

  45. Birds of Kentucky: Was it a woodhen which made chips fly?
    Posted: 2012-01-11, Story ID: 49319

  46. More help for Roger D. Smith, Ralph Roy, Mr. Jackson
    Posted: 2011-12-11, Story ID: 48788

  47. Birds of Kentucky: Eagle Watch Weekends scheduled in KY Parks
    Posted: 2011-12-09, Story ID: 48766

  48. Birds of Kentucky: Sandhill Cranes flying over
    Posted: 2011-11-18, Story ID: 48331

  49. Ralph Jackson thinks Maury's bird is American Bittern
    Posted: 2011-11-03, Story ID: 47981

  50. Birds of KY: 2 proper names suggested for Maurybird
    Posted: 2011-11-02, Story ID: 47980

  51. The Hummingbirds leave Hoosierland, heavenly Hillsboro
    Posted: 2011-09-30, Story ID: 47280

  52. Fan mail for Kay Haupt, hummingbird photographer
    Posted: 2011-06-07, Story ID: 44842

  53. Bird-charmers: To hold a wild bird, redux, with Northern Blue Jay
    Posted: 2011-03-20, Story ID: 43144

  54. Comment: Proposed budget cuts will impair Conservation efforts
    Posted: 2011-03-02, Story ID: 42785

  55. Columbia/Adair Co. No. 1 Birdwatching community in KY
    Posted: 2011-03-02, Story ID: 42775

  56. Two identify owlet found by Brandon Hitch
    Posted: 2011-03-01, Story ID: 42772

  57. Says hunting season for cranes will give Kentucky blackeye
    Posted: 2011-02-26, Story ID: 42689

  58. Bird lover Eddie McQuaide say cranes devastating amphibians
    Posted: 2011-02-26, Story ID: 42688

  59. Our first Sandhill Cranes: A fantastic sight
    Posted: 2011-02-24, Story ID: 42665

  60. Well behaved bees are welcome - in their place- during GBBC
    Posted: 2011-02-21, Story ID: 42579

  61. Birds of Kentucky: Turkey Vultures have been here all year
    Posted: 2011-02-20, Story ID: 42575

  62. Bird Counting and spouses: Urgency created by Sandhill Cranes
    Posted: 2011-02-20, Story ID: 42571

  63. Adair Beekeeper offers advice on bees and birds
    Posted: 2011-02-20, Story ID: 42568

  64. Bees? If they are problem, call, join, or visit GR beekeepers
    Posted: 2011-02-20, Story ID: 42564

  65. Birds of Kentucky: Turkey vultures are summer visitors
    Posted: 2011-02-20, Story ID: 42562

  66. Discovers new Adair Co. sights - Counting them birds!
    Posted: 2011-02-19, Story ID: 42554

  67. Hopes higher black/turkey vulture ratio is temporary
    Posted: 2011-02-19, Story ID: 42553

  68. The Great Backyard Bird Count is the talk of the town
    Posted: 2011-02-19, Story ID: 42545

  69. Great Backyard Bird Count is underway
    Posted: 2011-02-18, Story ID: 42526

  70. Maury Lewis on love life of birds
    Posted: 2011-02-12, Story ID: 42415

  71. Birds of Kentucky: Fat bird is fluffed up to keep warm
    Posted: 2011-02-11, Story ID: 42406

  72. Birds of Kentucky: Rare yellow cardinal at Gravel Switch, KY
    Posted: 2011-02-11, Story ID: 42402

  73. Hawk swoops in, takes out Starling
    Posted: 2011-02-10, Story ID: 42371

  74. Pam Dailey IDs Top Bird as Cardinal
    Posted: 2011-02-09, Story ID: 42349

  75. Wants to buy Fred Spoon platform bird feeder
    Posted: 2011-02-07, Story ID: 42318

  76. Birds re-identified as female House Finches
    Posted: 2011-02-07, Story ID: 42314

  77. Learning more about Little Brown Birds/Sparrows
    Posted: 2011-02-07, Story ID: 42310

  78. More fan mail for Fred Spoon bird feeder
    Posted: 2011-02-06, Story ID: 42294

  79. Woodpeckers, nuthatches love natural suet feeder
    Posted: 2011-02-06, Story ID: 42285

  80. Birds of Kentucky: Thinks Fred Spoon has designed cool feeder
    Posted: 2011-02-05, Story ID: 42276

  81. George Kolbenschlag sends photo of male Downy Woodpecker
    Posted: 2011-02-05, Story ID: 42268

  82. Count Cardinal can count on all at Notrub Farm
    Posted: 2011-02-05, Story ID: 42262

  83. Downy Woodpecker by Peggy Spoon favorite, yet
    Posted: 2011-02-04, Story ID: 42257

  84. Do birds sense bad weather coming?
    Posted: 2011-02-04, Story ID: 42254

  85. Small bird likely Northern Mockingbird if not Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher
    Posted: 2011-02-03, Story ID: 42237

  86. Birds of Kentucky: What is most common bird in Adair Co., KY
    Posted: 2011-02-01, Story ID: 42185

  87. Birds of Kentucky: Little Brown Birds - Song Sparrow
    Posted: 2011-02-01, Story ID: 42179

  88. ACGC sets up line to produce Adair Co. platform feeders
    Posted: 2011-01-31, Story ID: 42158

  89. Birding 101 draws enthusiastic group preparing for GBBC
    Posted: 2011-01-30, Story ID: 42137

  90. Birds of Kentucky: Don't have to feed birds to count them
    Posted: 2011-01-29, Story ID: 42112

  91. Birding 101, will teach Bird Identification skills
    Posted: 2011-01-28, Story ID: 42105

  92. Identifies Bird on Wire in Russell Co., KY as Chickenhawk
    Posted: 2011-01-28, Story ID: 42096

  93. Birds of Kentucky: Photo ID - A Red-tailed Hawk
    Posted: 2011-01-28, Story ID: 42092

  94. New Blue Bird tenants a sign of early Spring, writer thinks
    Posted: 2011-01-27, Story ID: 42073

  95. The Adair County Library Can Be Counted On!
    Posted: 2011-01-25, Story ID: 42019

  96. Wildlife die-offs are relatively common
    Posted: 2011-01-24, Story ID: 41992

  97. Birds of Kentucky: Remember bird safety when placing feeders
    Posted: 2011-01-23, Story ID: 41969

  98. Red or blond doesn't matter as long as we have Lisa
    Posted: 2011-01-22, Story ID: 41938

  99. Count Cardinal can Count on Dean, Pam, to count
    Posted: 2011-01-21, Story ID: 41927

  100. BJ Fudge says birds can't count, an advantage for photographers
    Posted: 2011-01-21, Story ID: 41926

  101. Count Cardinal can Count on Two Old Crows to Count
    Posted: 2011-01-20, Story ID: 41906

  102. Adair County Wild Bird mix: Feedback wanted
    Posted: 2011-01-20, Story ID: 41903

  103. Maury Lewis says: The Count can Count on Me!
    Posted: 2011-01-20, Story ID: 41899

  104. The Count can Count on Larry Smith to Count
    Posted: 2011-01-20, Story ID: 41897

  105. Claypools say: Count on Us to Count
    Posted: 2011-01-20, Story ID: 41894

  106. CJE, Mayor 1st to shout: Count on Me to Count, Adair Count-y
    Posted: 2011-01-19, Story ID: 41890

  107. Garden Club Suet Ball Factory in full production
    Posted: 2011-01-19, Story ID: 41887

  108. Joyce M. Coomer challenges immature bald eagle ID hypothesis
    Posted: 2011-01-19, Story ID: 41883

  109. Cozbys having great time watching birds
    Posted: 2011-01-18, Story ID: 41864

  110. Birds of Kentucky: Feathered weather forecasters beat newscasts
    Posted: 2011-01-18, Story ID: 41847


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