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Welcome to BirdChannel's Mystery Bird Challenge!

In the February 2008 issue of BIRD TALK magazine, a Mystery Bird clue was posted in the web column. It is up to you to guess what bird species it is and email us your answer. We will randomly pick 10 winners from a raffle of all correct answers. The 10 winners will receive 500 points for their Bird eClub account.

December 5, 2007 - January 28, 2008                                                                               


Courtesy Birds Exotic by Todd Marcus

Clue: This bird species can have a bill up to 8-inches in length .

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission, and email it to birdchanneleditor@bowtieinc.com
Put "February Mystery Bird" in the subject line:

First Name, Last Name

Email Address (the one that you use for your Bird eClub account)
Answer (Be specific. Either full common name, or scientific name. Need a reference? Use our Bird Species library.)

Submission Deadline
January 28, 2008


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