Each year volunteers participate in a holiday tradition — counting birds and recording their sightings.
Amendment undermines one of America’s oldest and most effective wildlife conservation laws.
The OBNT lives in central Mexico. They are drab and reclusive, although the song is loud and unmistakable. Until a few months ago, there were only two records of the OBNT observed north of Mexico — ever — even though thousands of birders are out and about searching for birds in Texas, Arizona and points north all the time.