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  • Weather for region centered at State College
    as hawk and eagle watching in the spring or fall at Tussey Mt Bald Eagle Mt Jack s Mt and Stone Mt For Accuweather click Hourly Forecast to see wind direction and speed Accuweather for State College National Weather Service

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  • Optics for birding
    sell binoculars or spotting scopes is not meant to be inclusive or exclusive Corrections or other suggestions may be sent to WebEditor State College stores offering low priced optics Wal Mart Target State College stores offering medium priced optics and accessories Dick s Sporting Goods The Lost Creek Shoe Shop near Lewistown PA has a large selection of many different brands of binoculars and spotting scopes including Bausch Lomb Celestron Kowa Leica Swarovski Swift and Zeiss that range in price from low to very high They also sell tripods including Bogen tripods They have an excellent outside covered observation deck that looks out over fields streams hills and distant mountains that provide a good setting for evaluating the optics Address 643 Oakland Road Mifflintown PA 17059 The Lost Creek Shoe Shop can be reached at the number 717 463 3117 but most of the time including store hours someone at their answering service will answer the phone You may leave your name a phone number for returning your call a preferred time to return your call and a message Store hours Monday and Friday 8 00 a m 8 00 p m All other days except Sunday 8 00 a

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  • Birding Resources
    Center songlist iPodT iPhone iPad Sibley eGuide to the Birds of North America iPod iPhone iPad Birdjam bird songs from the Stokes DVDs iPod iPhone iPad iBird Explorer PRO Guide to the Birds of North America iPod iPhone iPad Peterson Birds of North America iPodT iPhone iPad National Geographic field guide Professional Organizations American Birding Association American Ornitholgist s Union Cornell Lab of Ornithology National Audubon Society Pennsylvania Society for Ornithology Wilson Ornithological Society Birdnet Ornithological Information Selected bird birding club web sites PSO s list of PA birding organizations Baltimore Bird Club Cincinnati Bird Club OH Delaware Vally Ornithological Club Juniata Valley Audubon Society Lancaster Bird Club Lehigh Valley Audubon Society New Jersey Audubon Society Northern Virginia Bird Club Presque Isle Audubon Society Seneca Rocks Audubon Society Southern Maryland Audubon Society Todd Bird Club Tiadaghton Audubon Society Three Rivers Birding Club North American Bird Clubs Websites about the general topic of birding Cornell Lab of Ornithology YouTube Channel All birds com birding about com Birdwatching com birdingonthe net Birdzilla com wildbirds com Other birding information of various types birdingpal org Birding contacts around the world Birding in the Alleghenies PA Centre County and Townships maps Accessories bigpockets com Birdsource

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  • State College Bird Club Meeting Minutes Index
    December 2013 January February March April September October November December 2012 January March April September October November December 2011 January February September October November December 2010 January February March April September October November 2009 January February March April September October November 2008 January February March April September October November December 2007 January February March April May September October November December 2006 January February March May September October November December 2005

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  • 2nd PA Breeding Bird Atlas Project Supplement
    a block owner in a region by requesting specific blocks in the region Detailed instructions for how to do this are on the BBA web site After you have registered you can print topographic maps of any of the 4900 blocks in Pennsylvania Introduction to the 2nd PA Breeding Bird Atlas Project State College Bird Club The web page Breeding Bird Atlas projects has links to Atlas projects in other states and some include their own Field Handbooks For a general discussion of Habitats see our local Habitat Guide to Centre County Area Birding For a guide to finding some of the more difficult species see Hints on Haunts but note that this was written with New York Atlasers in mind and there are codes which we do not use and perhaps some of the habitats are different than for PA This is also available in the original PDF form from Hints on Haunts PDF The BBA web site has two field cards that can be used to record your observations the Field Card and the Summary Card You can print these on your home computer by printing one side first removing the paper turning it over and then printing

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  • Joining listserv lists for sharing birding information
    size tabs like Small or Medium that automatically reduce the size of the photo You may join the SCBIRDCL list State College Bird Club by sending the message subscribe scbirdcl your name to listserv lists psu edu The From field in the e mail header should have the address of where you will be sending and receiving e mail to or from the list Replace the phrase your name with your name Your subscription will be confirmed with a welcome message with detailed instructions about using the list After you are subscribed you will receive a copy of every message posted to the list and you may post your own messages to the list To send a message to the list send email to scbirdcl lists psu edu Please Include a Subject line and sign the email If you are reporting a sighting include location information on the Subject line To r emove your name and email address from the listserv group scbirdcl send an email message to scbirdcl unsubscribe request lists psu edu No subject or message text is required but you must send the request from the address that you are removing from the list To reduce the number of daily emails sent to you by Listserv you can use the DIGEST option to request that all postings be sent to you in one daily email To choose that option send an email to listserv lists psu edu with the message text SET SCBIRDCL DIGEST To turn off that option send the message SET SCBIRDCL NODIGEST Birding Information for all counties in PA Current information about wild birds in all parts of Pennsylvania including raptor warbler and water fowl migration can be found in the listserv group pabirds that is associated with the Pennsylvania Society for Ornithology PSO

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  • Stone Mt Hawkwatch
    584 788 893 Cooper s Hawk 106 94 112 143 170 250 255 309 249 146 269 191 Northern Goshawk 2 5 6 6 24 11 25 20 15 15 9 13 Red shouldered Hawk 61 43 57 70 108 48 67 87 65 36 80 66 Broad winged Hawk 846 678 982 1134 1424 1635 607 1890 3214 1027 425 1260 Swainson s Hawk 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 Red tailed Hawk 1344 746 1351 873 2125 891 1543 1693 1311 893 1235 1273 Rough legged Hawk 2 2 1 1 5 0 3 4 8 1 1 3 Golden Eagle 45 97 120 50 93 62 109 92 137 79 91 89 American Kestrel 98 126 118 179 213 114 122 157 126 50 93 127 Merlin 18 22 29 25 28 51 36 68 31 24 35 33 Peregrine Falcon 12 19 15 15 25 29 39 47 32 17 9 24 Gyrfalcon 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Unidentified 46 48 64 43 59 77 74 76 74 64 34 60 Total 3547 2853 3749 3719 5510 4556 4260 5651 6435 3134 3213 4239 Hours 258 316 382 377 381 347 412 425 440 328 257 357 Days 48 56 72 76 66 63 66 69 72 64 50 64 Detailed directions to the Stone Mt Hawk Watch Go south on Rt 26 to Pine Grove Mills Turn left up the mountain at the only traffic light blinking and cross over Tussey Mt into Huntingdon Co Continue south several miles to the first small town McAlevy s Fort It is about 9 5 miles from Pine Grove Mills to McAlevy s Fort Just after the fire station and bridge at McAlevy s Fort

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  • Habitat Guide to Centre Area Birding
    tulip poplar the bigger the better Understory mountain laurel blueberry ferns spicebush limestone areas Typical Birds Ruffed Grouse and Turkey Downy Hairy Red bellied and Pileated Woodpecker Eastern Wood Pewee and Great crested Flycatcher White breasted Nuthatch Tufted Titmouse and Black capped Chickadee Wood and Hermit Thrush Blue headed Red eyed and Yellow throated Vireo Ovenbird American Redstart and Common Yellowthroat Worm eating Black throated Blue and Black throated Green Warbler Canada Cerulean and Hooded Warbler Scarlet Tanager Rose breasted Grosbeak and Indigo Bunting near openings Topography Steep slopes on the ridge sides the Allegheny Front and canyon sides in the Allegheny Plateau Example The hillsides southeast of the point where Shaverís Creek flows into Lake Perez at the Stone Valley Recreation Area 2 Gnarled Hardwood Summits Trees chestnut oak pitch pine sassafras sweet birch Understory mountain laurel blueberry bracken Typical Birds Red breasted Nuthatch Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers Hermit Thrush Blue headed and Red eyed Vireos Black throated Blue and Black throated Green Warblers Black and white Warbler and Common Yellowthroat Eastern Towhee Gray Catbird and Dark eyed Junco Topography Ridgetops and rockier areas of the Allegheny Plateau Flat areas on the ridgetops may be open and dry with low blueberry or open and boggy with highbush blueberry Example Big Flat Laurel Viewing Area north of Bear Meadows 3 Barrens Trees Scattered oaks pitch pine trembling and big toothed aspens Understory Regenerating aspens bear scrub oak low blueberry the waterholes have a diverse flora of wetland shrubs sedges and herbs Typical Birds Woodcock Black billed Cuckoo Screech Owl Whip poor will Alder Flycatcher Eastern Bluebird and Brown Thrasher Downy Woodpecker Black and white Black throated Green and Pine Warblers Nashville Warbler and American Redstart Blue winged Golden winged and Chestnut sided Warblers Common Yellowthroat Yellow breasted Chat Northern Cardinal Eastern Towhee and Gray Catbird Rose breasted Grosbeak American Goldfinch Field and Song Sparrows Topography Large disturbed areas of sandy soils Found on both valley floors The Barrens and the Allegheny Plateau such as State Gamelands 12 33 Example The main road through The Barrens State Gamelands 176 Barrens habitat can have some birds that are normally found in wetter areas such as Nashville Warbler and Alder Flycatcher 4 Alder Swamps Trees smooth and speckled alder highbush blueberry Understory sphagnum sedges spirea sp leatherleaf more acid areas Typical Birds Red shouldered Hawk Alder Flycatcher Black throated Green and Yellow Warbler Common Yellowthroat Swamp and Song Sparrows Topography Upstream ends of marshy areas in the ridge and valleys along slow moving streams in flat areas of the Allegheny Plateau Example The parking lot at Bear Meadows 5 Swamp Forest Trees Hemlock red maple yellow birch white pine Understory Rhododendron denser is better Typical Birds Barred Owl Downy Hairy and Pileated Woodpeckers Acadian Flycatcher Hermit Thrush and Veery Blue headed and Red eyed Vireos Ovenbird American Redstart and Northern Waterthrush Black throated Blue and Black throated Green Warblers Canada Hooded Blackburnian and Magnolia Warblers Yellow rumped Warbler Topography Flat areas of poor

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