Birding Newsletter


December 11 2009 Birding Newsletter

Greetings fellow bird lovers!
My name is Kim, and I’m the new birding editor at Bella Online. I am resuming the newsletter, which I am calling “Hello Birdies.” It is sort of a play on “Bye Bye Birdie” and “Hello Kitty.” It will be listed under Birding Newsletter, so you know exactly what it is about.

The last newsletter featured a joke, links to the two new articles and a product review article. I will continue those features and add exciting new ones. The newsletter will be sent weekly, and remember, we will never sell your e-mail address to anybody.

Also, check out the new link under Rescue Organizations.
This link is for a great place in Millington, New Jersey called the Raptor Trust. It has the easiest web address ever: No www, even.

This wonderful site rescues injured birds of prey (hawks, owls and eagles), rehabilitates those who are healthy enough and keeps the rest in a small zoo. The cages are outside, so dress warmly. It is a few dollars of “voluntary donation” money to get in, and there is a small but very cute gift shop on the premises. While in the area, you can visit the nearby Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge and Lord Stirling County Park, both of which have great trails. It’s a great place for children and adults, but dogs are restricted in certain areas, so leave Fido home.

Here's the latest article from the Birding site at

Birder who loves cats
My opinion on the eternal rivalry of cats and birds, catlovers and bird lovers.

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Have fun passing this message along to family and friends, because we all love free knowledge!

Kimberly Weiss, Birding Editor

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