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For thousands of birders worldwide, Christmas begins Sunday. That is the opening day of the National Audubon Society’s Christmas Bird Count, which runs through Jan. 5.

The American oystercatcher is one of several shorebirds with a population low enough as to warrant special attention.

Many birds have white feathers that also can be used to identify a species.

The early cold snaps we have been experiencing can potentially bring some new additions to your bird feeders.

Some really nice birds have been found at McDowell Prairie over the years, including a few that became additions to the county records.

Good numbers of pine siskins and purple finches being seen just a few counties north of Mecklenburg,

As November wears on, the likelihood of a hummingbird visiting you will increase.

Soras can be difficult to locate. These birds do not breed in the Charlotte area, but birders might see them during migration.

Weather conditions finally caused myriads of migrants to suddenly resume their flight south.

The strong cold front that moved in last weekend was the stuff birders live for because fronts sweep out migrant birds and sweep in new ones.

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