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Spring Birding Resumes (for us) - April 23

Robins appeared on Feb. 18th! ¬†this year (earliest ever!) in Our Woods, and we had a good day on April 23 when we saw a… 63 more words

Our Woods

Birding in late April means...

Usually the first two weeks of April are a slog to get through – it still looks and feels like March, cold north winds and long spells of rain manage to out-compete the longed-for southerly winds and warm, sunny days, and although migration should be well under way, it takes forever for the next spate of migrants to arrive. 2,318 more words

Mud Lake

Small vertebrates in winter

Our recent spell of single-digit temperatures made me think about our smallest birds and mammals and how they deal with the cold. First, some background information: 864 more words

Oliver's Birding Blog | Chain O'Lakes State Park - 4/4/2017

We started today off at Lake Front Park with our Tuesday birding group. At Lake Front Park we got wet, but we found lots of American White Pelicans. 169 more words

Autumn on Gastineau Peak

Early September, and fall has been here for a couple of weeks already. Cottonwood leaves are turning gold, and alder leaves are drifting down into dull, brown heaps. 541 more words

Golden-crowned kinglet (GCKI)

Golden-crowned kinglet

January 1, 2017
Lake Shenandoah
Rockingham County, VA

© Derek Yoder (2017)

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