Last weekend, we had some non-raptorial visitors at our banding blind. (Which was good because there sure weren't many hawks around.)
True to form, they brought happiness.
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The seasons are shifting and everyone's on the move; the birds are settling into new homes for a spell. Humans too.
California for the memory bank.
A great friend is moving away. We've had a ...
Banding yesterday, banding again today. Yesterday brought one of my favorite visitors...
But we finished way late and I had no time to write last night. So alas, this week is a bit of an open ...
Summer, like every good party, is coming to an end. Friends are headed out, and as they depart you realize you barely had time to visit with some of them. The Robins, especially; you noticed their ...
You could say I'm a bit obsessive about Pelagic Cormorants. Besides being lovely graceful creatures there are also a lot of intriguing conflicting aspects in their story which I've been trying to ...
Sorry, I didn't post this two weeks ago, but, frankly, things have been tough so far this year, and I don't get paid to blog. But these are important reflections of how top elites in USA are thinking,
Little Miss Sharp-shin has a big presence.
I have misplaced my camera after last weekend's banding, and we're at the cabin this weekend with only phone access to internet. So basically, I got nothin'.
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