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Why You Should NOT Feed Sand Hill Cranes

Sand Hill Cranes are “cherished members of the Florida ecosystem.”  Some stand 4-feet tall and can be seen in urban neighborhoods and on many golf courses. 117 more words

Feature Article: Birds of Victoria

Birds of Victoria

By Dorian

For those of us residing in the depths of suburbia with its manicured lawns, high fences and vast stretches of asphalt and concrete, it can feel hard to connect to nature. 715 more words


True-blue wildlife

Hidden in a small clearing, between the bushes at the bottom of the vegetable garden at my work is a bower from the Satin Bower bird ( 394 more words


Rā 214 Rāpare 3 o Here-Turi-Kokā

Mr Tui was here again today. Managed to get a blurry photo..


Wildflowers of Michigan Nature Association (MNA) Sanctuaries

This is the Sierra Club SEMG program for Thursday, June 1, 2017. The meeting starts at 6:30 pm at the Elks Lodge, 2401 E. 4th St., Royal Oak, MI (at the corner of 4th St. 250 more words

Public Meeting

Early morning bird watching.

When I say early I mean around 7.30….. that’s early enou for me! I’m sitting here, with my coffee pondering what the day is going to bring. 123 more words

Bird Watch

Black and White Sunday: After and Before Y1-04

The after and before photos of a little Scarlet Honeyeater, the smallest of Australias honeyeaters, in an Australian native tree, a Pink Euodia. Scarlet Honeyeaters whizz around my garden like red jewels flashing in the sun.