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Ted Floyd

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American Birding Association Inc

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American Birding Association Inc

93 Clinton Street Suite Aba

Delaware City, Delaware,19706

United States

Company Description

The ABA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides leadership to birders by increasing their knowledge, skills, and enjoyment of birding. We are the only organization in North America that specifically caters to recreational birders. We also contribu...more

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Big Birder Ted Floyd Returns | Telluride Inside... and Out

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On Sunday, July 2, starting at 7 a.m., Floyd guides a very special birding event: see the Black Swifts at Bridal Veil Falls.
Ted Floyd would be a great answer too. 519Y8nR9JdL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_ Once again, The Nature Conservancy hosts Ted Floyd,editor of Birding, the flagship publication of the American Birding Association and author of the "American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Colorado" and "The Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America." Make it a point to show up at Between the Covers on Saturday, July 1. For about a half-hour, enjoy coffee or tea and a talk with Floyd, then head out for guided birding. "We'll be there at the best time of year to enjoy the spectacular birds, butterflies, wildflowers, and scenery of the southern Rocky Mountains eco-region. Our pace will be relaxed and leisurely. And we'll stop to smell the flowers- literally! We'll also enjoy tanagers, warblers, grosbeaks, buntings, and more, all in their finest breeding plumage. And we expect to see many colorful butterflies, including fritillaries, checkerspots, and swallowtails,"explains Floyd. Ted Floyd Ted Floyd About Ted Floyd: Ted Floyd has published widely on birds and ecological topics. He has written more than 125 articles, with contributions to scholarly journals such as Ecology, Oecologia, Animal Behaviour, Journal of Animal Ecology, and Trends in Ecology and Evolution and to popular magazines such as Natural History, Birdwatcher's Digest, and Birding. He has contributed chapters to textbooks and guidebooks published by Oxford University Press, Houghton Mifflin, and National Geographic. Floyd is senior author of the Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Nevada (University of Nevada Press, 2007) and author of the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (HarperCollins, 2008). Floyd received a B.A. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University in 1990 and a Ph.D. in Ecology from Penn State University in 1995. He is currently an instructor with the American Birding Association's Institute for Field Ornithology program, and he has taught college-level courses in ecology, evolution, entomology, statistics, conservation biology, and other topics. Floyd is a frequent speaker at birding festivals and ornithological meetings, and he has led birding trips and workshops throughout North America. He has lived and birded in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Nevada, and Colorado. In the course of his scientific research and outreach activities, he has visited and birded in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, as well as South America, Europe, and Asia. Floyd has broad interests in birding and ornithology, especially as they relate to conservation and management. In recent years, he participated in the creation of Bird Conservation Plans for Partners in Flight and in the production of Eco-Regional Plans for The Nature Conservancy. Currently, Ted Floyd is contributing to an effort to describe the nocturnal flight calls of migrating birds in western North America, and his findings are helping to clarify basic patterns of occurrence of birds on active migration in the West. His work has also highlighted the value of nocturnal flight calls as an identification aid for bird species that are otherwise easy to overlook in the field.


About Nestling Tours

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Ted Floyd, Editor of Birding Magazine, Adds Great Fun and Perspective to Any Birding Trip
Ted Floyd is the Editor of Birding magazine, the flagship publication of the American Birding Association (ABA). Ted is an Instructor with the ABA's Institute for Field Ornithology, and he is a frequent speaker at bird festivals and other birding events. Ted has led birding trips throughout North America, birded around the world, and has led trips to several international destinations. Ted has a B.A. in Biology (Princeton University) and a Ph.D. in Ecology (Penn State University). He headed up the Nevada Breeding Bird Atlas for the Great Basin Bird Observatory before working for over a decade at the American Birding Association. He is a widely published author, with nearly 150 articles on birds and other topics in natural history. Ted is also the senior author of the Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Nevada (2007), the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (2008), and a recently released beginner's guide called Let's Go Birding! (2009). Ted has broad interests in birding and ornithology, especially as they relate to conservation and management. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Colorado Field Ornithologists, and he recently served two terms on the Board of Directors for Western Field Ornithologists. In recent years, Ted participated in the creation of Bird Conservation Plans for Partners in Flight and is involved in the production of Eco-Regional Plans for The Nature Conservancy. He is currently involved in efforts to describe the nocturnal flight calls of migrating birds in western North America. In all his work, Ted is interested in promoting partnerships that depend on the active contributions of amateur field ornithologists. A former resident of Nevada and Pennslyvania, Ted currently lives in Colorado with his wife Kei, daughter Hannah, and son Andrew.


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Ted Floyd is the Editor of Birding magazine, the flagship publication of the American Birding Association.
He is broadly involved in other programs and initiatives of the ABA and is the author of more than 100 magazine and journal articles. Floyd is the author of three recent books, including The Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (HarperCollins). Floyd is a frequent speaker at birding festivals and state ornithological society meetings, and he has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations. www.aba.org


Field Guide to the Birds of Colorado - Environment for the Americas

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The author, Ted Floyd, is also the editor of the American Birding Association's Birding magazine.


Birding Staff Bios | Birding Magazine | Publications | American Birding Association

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Ted Floyd is Editor of Birding.
He is senior author of the forthcoming Nevada Breeding Bird Atlas (University of Nevada Press, 2007) and author of the forthcoming Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (HarperCollins, 2008). Floyd has also authored more than 100 journal and magazine articles.


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