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Happy Easter weekend from BirdsofNewEngland.com

Here’s one of my favorite Mallard shots. The chick with its head sticking out was one of several tucked under the mother’s wing during a light rain. 36 more words

Chris Bosak

A few late ducks — and other fowl sightings

While watching a small flock of Ruddy Ducks at Cove Island Park in Stamford, CT, a Horned Grebe made an appearance. The grebe was in a transitional plumage and will look quite different a few weeks from now. 160 more words

Chris Bosak

Just a few gratuitous Killdeer photos

I’ve always liked Killdeer. They depend on large, flat open spaces to lay their eggs. As that habitat disappears, Killdeer have proven to be very resourceful. 203 more words

Chris Bosak

April 2014 Bay Area Birding Field Trips

Calendar of April Birding Field Trips and Walks

Trips are mainly Bay Area Audubon but does include other groups as well. For more details on specific walks click on individual walk. 233 more words


Wood Ducks not happy with Redhead

In a previous post I mentioned I had seen a Redhead at Spring Grove Cemetery in Darien, Conn. It was the first time I had seen a Redhead at this small pond and it shared the water with Ring-necked Ducks, Hooded Mergansers, Wood Ducks, Canada Geese and Mallards. 248 more words

Bird Walks

Upcoming events: Bird Monitoring Walks

Join experienced birders on the monthly bird monitoring walk on the Museum’s property. We go out the last Saturday of every month. Please bring your own binoculars and dress for the weather.  55 more words

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Redhead makes surprise visit

I drove past the pond at first, assuming nothing of note would be there. But that nagging voice in the back of my head said: “Go back and check. 257 more words

Chris Bosak