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I visited our neighbours’ yard earlier this week because they have excellent habitat for winter finches — lots of mature conifers and fruit trees. There were some White-winged Crossbills flying over, and they landed in the spruce trees near the house. 137 more words
Last week’s mail was very bird-themed*, in part because I received a copy of the new Peterson Guide to Owls of North America and the Caribbean… 306 more words
The Alberta birding community lost a great naturalist and birder over the weekend.
Ray Cromie was a retired Sherwood Park school teacher and vice principal. He studied owls in northern Alberta for many years and in the 1980s he became a master owl bander. 338 more words