While I like to think that we at 10,000 Birds carry ourselves with a certain level of worldly maturity, our worldly wisdom is usually tempered by a certain youthful exuberance. Still, we must be making a particular impression as we were just collectively included on an all-star list of 40 Bloggers Over 40. The tastemakers over at ReZoom.com aim to redefine life for an ageless generation and author Amy Goetzman is surely doing her part by aggregating such an awesome array of internet esoterica. We’re honored to be included among those venerable bloggers, especially after being recognized last month as one of the top 100 most informative blogs in the world. However, I should point out that, despite my wife’s allegations to the contrary, only one of us has earned the distinction of being over 40 and it sure ain’t me (yet!)

The following list is proof not only that there’s life after 40 (right, Charlie?) but that, as Goetzman puts it, “teenagers may have always had the Internet, but the generations that came before them know how to use it best.” Visit ReZoom.com for the full write-up.

News and Politics
Andrew Sullivan’s Daily Dish
Barbara’s Blog
Professor Bainbridge
La Shawn Barber’s Corner
Daily Kos
Crunchy Con

Art and Culture
David Gilmour
Grumpy Old Bookman
Dilbert Blog
The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs
Two Coats of Paint

Science and Environment
Bad Astronomy
Tahr Country
10,000 Birds
Cosmic Variance
Climate Ark
Looting Matters

Home and Garden
May Dreams Gardens
Brooklyn Rowhouse
No Impact Man
Pet Connection
Farmgirl Fare
Everyday Simplicity
The Garage Blog

Health and Longevity
Time Goes By
The Life Insurance Blog
Psych Central
Your Online Nutritionist
Junkfood Science
Schwitzer Health News Blog
Susie Bright’s Journal

Written by Mike
Mike is a leading authority in the field of standardized test preparation, but he's also a traveler who fully expects to see every bird in the world. Besides founding 10,000 Birds in 2003, Mike has also created a number of other entertaining but now extirpated nature blog resources, particularly the Nature Blog Network and I and the Bird.