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Guess the Gray Bird #2

I’m starting this off right with an all gray back! Need another view?

It’s an American Robin, famous for its blue eggs.

Backyard Habitat

3 American Robins

This gallery contains 3 photos. The boldest of the thrushes of the Pacific Northwest, one of the most recognizable birds in North America, and one of the heralds of spring in the Northern 352 more words


Meanwhile Back at the Portage

I decided to take a walk around the Portage last Sunday. It was my first birding outing since my return from Ecuador. I was almost more interested to see if there were any butterflies since I have noticed a distinct lack of them this year and I am not happy about that. 284 more words



Bastrop was in charge of inflating the balloons to decorate the convention hall of the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa.  As the morning wore on a volunteer worker demonstrated how fun it was to breathe in some of the Helium gas they were using.   28 more words

Mr. Robin

Riding my bicycle home from work the other day I noticed an American Robin standing proud and tall in the midst of deluging lawn sprinklers. He knew where to be to pluck juicy earthworms from the saturated turf. 66 more words



Hot as it is, sometimes first thing in the morning a little sun feels good.

Backyard Habitat

This Guy Needs a Mate and Other Happenings

Several times every morning, this Red Bellied Woodpecker drills on that same piece of gutter.  It took a few times of running out of the house to see what the noise was about until I discovered the Woodpecker.  114 more words