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Meet the Original 4

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About Us



Birderchicks was started by 4 amazing real-life birderchicks, this community is here for you to do what you do best - explore, look, and discover something fascinating. We will provide you with functionable and fashionable bird watching gear to equip you for the best birding experience possible. Grab your binoculars, and let's have some fun.

BirderChicks... like to Flock



Nancy, is the Pathfinder and Chief of Fun. She is a go-getter and enjoys early morning walks to look for birds, sometimes waking up at 5 am to go on a birding journey. Her homescape is habitat for hundreds of birds that throng around her feeders. She likes to bird watch because her father watched birds and taught her to identify them from an early age.


Extra fun fact: While she won’t "judge" you on the trail, Nancy’s motto is “be prepared” and she’ll gavel you when you’re not. 




Dixie is our Texas birderchick with a wonderfully, big personality to match her big Texas hair. She enjoys birding in all parts of the country but recognizes how awesome her home state is. She revels in the scissortail flycatchers’ faithful return each March, the scurry of El Chaparrell, the roadrunner, her nesting Mississippi Kites and many other birds found year around in the Lone Star State!


Extra fun fact: You’re likely to find Dixie in her cowgirl boots off the trail!



Jessie is the brains of the bunch and Head of the Dancing Committee. She might mend your tibia or replace your hip in her day job, but this birderchick likes to travel to tropical places to look for cool birds. She is an avid angler, was once a squash national champ, and is the leader of whatever pack she’s in.


Extra fun fact: Jessie  once saw a Bay-headed Tanager while in Costa Rica.



Yvonne is the artist, creative, talented, and always painting a good picture of what she finds out on the trail (literally and figuratively). A South Carolina Native, Yvonne's favorite places to go birding are Cape Romain and Edisto Island, South Carolina, but she also enjoys the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains, the Gulf Coast of Florida, and Southern California. Yvonne’s the spiritual leader and a purveyor of fun with an inimitable wit.


Extra fun fact: Yvonne has over 20 oil paintings of birds in her home... talk about a collector!

Image by Charlotte Moore


Growing up on a farm in rural South Carolina I always knew birds. I knew the call of the Bobwhite while hoeing in the garden; I knew the whistling of the wings of the mourning dove while picking strawberries; and I knew the song of the whip-poor-will while playing hide and seek in the early evenings. But, it was not until 1985 when my brother-in-law gave me my first guide book and binoculars that I actually saw them.


We took a birding trip to Palmetto State Park in Charleston, SC when I heard the melodious whistle of the Orchard Oriole and viewed him in my binoculars for the first time. I could hardly breathe. Later that day, I got to see and hear the painted bunting, summer tanager and the white-eyed vireo… such beauty all in one afternoon. I was hooked.


Here's  hoping we will inspire and ignite you to you to get outside and look. You could be surprised.


For many happy birding moments,


 birderchick, Nancy

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