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Bridal Shower TUTORIAL: DIY Paper Flower Pomander exclusively for the Get Married site

Posted: 20 May 2011 09:32 AM PDT

Want to know how to make these stunning flower pomanders? Then head over to the Get Married site where we have create an exclusive tutorial sheet for you to print for FREE!! 

Now, don't say I don't spoil you! :)

You can get the tutorial along with our exclusive Bridal Shower printable designs for FREE on the Get Married website every Friday this month!!

Have a happy, crafty weekend!

NJ Bird Photos: Birds of New Jersey

NJ Bird Photos: Birds of New Jersey

Baby Robin

Posted: 20 May 2011 04:43 AM PDT

Baby Robin
Baby Robin

Our first baby bird of the year.

ABC's Bird of the Week - Bicknell's Thrush


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Bird of the Week
Bicknell's Thrush

Bicknell's Thrush by Larry Master

The elusive Bicknell’s Thrush, formerly considered a subspecies of the more common Gray-cheeked Thrush, is one of the most range-restricted birds in North America, breeding only in coniferous northeastern forests near the treeline.

This species is at risk from threats to its breeding habitat, including development, acid rain, and climate change. Its migration route is not well-known, but is assumed to follow a flyway along or near the East Coast of North America. Potential threats during migration include collision with man-made structures such as communications towers, buildings, and wind turbines. Loss of Bicknell’s winter habitat has been severe and is ongoing due to agricultural conversion, logging, and charcoal production.

ABC is working with industry representatives, the federal government, and other conservation groups to find solutions to reduce bird collisions, and has been conserving wintering habitat for the Bicknell’s Thrush in the Dominican Republic’s Sierra de Bahoruco National Park by securing and expanding park boundaries.

Help ABC conserve this and other migratory species!

Photo: Bicknell's Thrush by Larry Master; Range Map by ABC



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