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Bird-watching in Bagdogra

Contributed by Guest Writer : Rhea Purvi

Bagdogra is a small little town in the north part of West Bengal. It makes for a beautiful sight from the air, with its wide, open green fields stretching across the whole area. 223 more words


Goodbye New Mexico

It was so hard to leave New Mexico; it is my favorite place of all I’ve lived. I am now having new adventures in Nashville, Tennessee. 127 more words

Anticipating Spring

There’s a common theme voiced in the social media pages I frequent–everyone is tired of winter. It’s been a long and unusually bitter one. Although the sun is shining today the temperature could be best described as brisk. 257 more words

Backyard Bird Therapy

Last night I indulged my insomnia by listening to a lot of Aimee Mann, watching V for Vendetta, and then watching a documentary about Gene Clark, one of the founders of The Byrds. 49 more words


Greet Baltimore’s Favorite Characters At Meet The Mascot Day

BALTIMORE (WJZ)—It only happens once a year, and Saturday is the day you’ll have a chance to meet some of Baltimore’s most famous characters. Back by popular demand, it’s Meet the Mascot Day. 506 more words


African Black-headed Oriole

The Black-headed Oriole (Oriolus larvatus) is a frequent visitor to my garden (Tarlton, Gauteng, South Africa) and I’m always thrilled to hear his liquid call, upon which I rush out to refill the oranges and apples, which seem to be his favourite fruit. 134 more words