And it snowed and it snowed yesterday.
I cleared railings and feeders every hour or two, fed the birds all day, and took a few pictures through glass too. 224 more words
by Carl Strang
This week’s species dossier consists of my observations of a neotropical migrant flycatcher, the eastern wood-pewee. This bird is our common small woodland nesting flycatcher, working mainly in the lower canopy and shrub layer, leaving the upper canopy to its larger relative, the great crested flycatcher. 370 more words