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Paul Bithorn

A native to Miami, Paul has led birding field trips for the Tropical Audubon Society, and many other environmental and civic groups, for over 20 years. Paul has served on the organization’s Board of Directors, and currently sits on the board for Curtiss Mansion Inc., an organization dedicated to the restoration of the home of Glenn Curtiss, an aviation pioneer and “Father of Naval Aviation.” Paul also served as Mayor of his hometown, Virginia Gardens, where he encouraged residents to xeriscape by planting native species of plants and shrubs to attract birds and butterflies.

Paul has contributed to several bird-finding guides, including the ABA’s “A Birder’s Guide to Florida”, “A Birder’s Guide to the Bahama Islands”, the “Birding Florida Falcon Guide”, “Parrots of South Florida”, and “The Crossley Guide; Eastern Birds.” His documentation of parrot species in Miami was featured in the June/July 2008 issue of the National Wildlife Federation magazine and the November 1st, 2008 issue of “Birders World” (now Birdwatching).

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