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Scarlet Tanager In November - A County Record!

Last week I was very surprised to see this female Scarlet Tanager right outside my house! In addition to being a new bird for my yard, this was also a very rare sighting for this time of year.  78 more words

Birds

Losing Our Birds

I’d often read about the Audubon Society’s bird count on Christmas and thought it was charming.  To look out and see different colors of wings fluttering against the snow, and tiny claws lighting on feeders or peanut butter pinecones here and there, well, there’s something about it that reminds you of an old-fashioned holiday. 388 more words

Theodore Roosevelt

Getting ready for fall

This is one of the Male scarlet Tanager that hung around at the farm this past summer. He is going through a malting pieride where he become very similar in colored like the female before the migration. 58 more words

Photography

Immature male (?) Scarlet tanager at San Diego

A non-breeding male (or female?) Scarlet tanager (Piranga olivacea) was present with a small mixed flock the other day down on Chalo Porras’s property… 135 more words

Around Turrialba

Recapping the 2014 Pilot Mountain Hawk Watch

The Pilot Mountain Hawk Watch saw another great year in 2014. We tallied 5909 migrating raptors, including 5756 Broad-winged Hawks. Although these totals were about 300 birds less than we recorded in 2013, it was the fourth highest level since the 1991 beginning of the current… 521 more words

Forsyth Audubon