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THIS WEEK AT BEAR CREEK: Winter Robins, Trailing a Fox and Reminders from Last Spring

I love the blue shadows that bright sun paints across winter snow. On my visits to Bear Creek this week, I spent some time with my face turned to the ground, trailing animals that had trotted along the paths to the Center Pond, perhaps on the previous moonlit night – or crossed and re-crossed the marsh nearby on a snowy morning. 1,969 more words

This Week At Bear Creek

2015 (Southern) York Co CBC: Moody Territory.

It’s Christmas Bird Count season!

The count period began yesterday (Monday, 12/14), and as usual, I participated in Maine’s first count of the season, the (Southern) York County Count. 685 more words

Birding

Mother Owl

WARNING: this post contains images of fluffy, baby animals.

Along the edge of one of The Nature Conservancy’s Platte River Prairies here in Nebraska, there is a road lined with mature cottonwood trees. 731 more words

Field Notes

Hubbard Fellowship Post - Mother Owl

This post was written by Evan Barrientos, one of our Hubbard Fellows.  Evan is a talented writer and photographer and I encourage you to check out his  756 more words

Prairie Animals

Bird quartet

Bird quartet. Photo of a Baltimore Oriole migrant in a Corteza Amarilla tree near San Vito, Costa Rica.

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Nature

Summer Birds are Leaving

It was almost as if the summer birds could read the calendar. On September 1st I noticed that a large number of the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds disappeared from my feeders. 96 more words

Photography