October 1st and Autumn has arrived!

Hello everyone!  Dr. Jamie here.  Autumn has arrived and migration is continuing!  Many of our Carolina birds are now making their way to Florida and points south.  I’m still getting a few reports in the Carolinas of birds passing through, but our Florida Friends are really seeing lots of Painted Buntings now.  Here’s a quick update from Nancy LaFramboise, our Painted Bunting bander in Florida.    Read more »

September's Here!

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Mid-August PBOT Update!

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Happy August! Our early-August PBOT Update!

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Mid-July PBOT News Update!

Hi PBOT Friends!  Dr. Jamie here for a quick summer update.  I just returned from a couple of weeks in Europe where I saw some great European bird species including a pair of nesting Peregrine Falcons and their juvenile in the tower of a cathedral (at Lincoln Cathedral in the eastern Midlands).  This will be a brief update since I just returned, but it sounds like data continues to arrive at PBOT Central. Read more »

Early July Update

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Mid-June PBOT News Update!

Hi PBOT volunteers!  Dr. Jamie here for another installment of our PBOT News.  This blog contains 1) Data entry news – new split band choice; 2) Recap of presentation in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina; 3) News from the field with some great resights by UNCW student interns; and, 4) A reminder to check past blogs for news. Read more »

Early June PBOT News and News from our Florida Banding Team!

Early June PBOT News and News from our Florida Banding Team! Read more »

Spring is On!

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April 15. . . Painted Bunting Day!!

Hello PBOT volunteers!  Dr. Jamie here.  Tax day is upon us, but that just means that Painted Buntings have officially arrived here in Wilmington!!  Spring migration is in full swing, with migratory birds of all kinds passing through and breeding birds settling in for the spring and summer.  I had my first Gray Catbird at my suet feeder just yesterday! We are getting many reports of buntings throughout the Carolinas. Read more »