Noah Strycker is a 32-year-old bird man based near Eugene, Oregon.
In 2015, during a quest spanning 41 countries on all seven continents, he set a world record by observing 6,042 species of birds (more than half the birds on Earth) in one calendar year.
Called a “Travel Pioneer” by the BBC and “Birdman of Razzmatazz” by Newsweek, Noah studies birds at home and abroad. He has written several books, is Associate Editor of Birding magazine, and guides in the polar regions for Quark Expeditions.
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