I got this from Laura, who got it from Patrick, who got it from....you get the picture.
Feel free to copy and paste it on your blog.
(I would be interested in what non-birders would have to say on this quiz)
What state (or country) do you live in?
How long have you been birding?
Are you a "lister"?
ABA Life List:
Overall Life List:
What's the difference???
Favorite Birding Spots:
Magee Marsh, Northern Ohio
Favorite birding spot outside your home country:
I haven't been there, but I hear that Point Pelee is hoppin'!
Farthest you've traveled to chase a rare bird:
I don't have the luxury of chasing rare birds.
"Best" bird sighting:
Bald Eagle near Magee Marsh...the girls were asleep, and Geoff and I watched it together.
Most wanted trip:
Either Cape May or the crane gathering in Nebraska
Most wanted bird:
That's a tough one to answer...a Snowy Owl or a Great Gray (of course, they are raptors!)
What model and brand of bins do you use?:
Bushnell something or others...
What model and brand of scope do you use?:
Don't have one.
What was the last lifer you added to your list?:
Where did you see your last lifer?:
What's the last bird you saw today?:
A cardinal, I think
Best bird song you've heard ever:
Song Sparrow...I know, not very exciting
Favorite birding moment:
Any moment that involves me alone in the woods
Least favorite thing about birding:
Favorite thing about birding:
It gives me a reason to get out of the house
Favorite field guide for the US:
All time field guide is Birds of Ohio / McCormac-Kennedy
Favorite non-field guide bird book:
To See Every Bird on Earth /Dan Koeppel
Who is your birder icon?:
Birdchick (aka Sharon Stiteler)
Do you have a bird feeder(s)?
Yes, about 10 of them!
Favorite feeder bird?