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A few more warblers from this spring

Here are a few shots of warblers I got this spring but haven’t posted yet. So here they are, just kind of thrown at you in no particular order and without much description … 148 more words


Gems of Spring

Well, the Spring Warbler Migration has been in some kind of full swing, in fits and starts, depending on the weather and, for me, my work schedule… 294 more words


The quirky Ovenbird pays a visit

The Ovenbird is an odd little warbler. It looks more like a thrush with its light brown plumage and spotted breast, but it is a warbler — a warbler that prefers to walk along the ground instead of fly among the treetops. 136 more words

Backyard Birding

Plain Xenops (Xenops minutus)

The Plain Xenops (Xenops minutus) is an oddly-named little bird which is a member of the ovenbird family. I took this photo in fairly low-light conditions (hence the grainy image) in the rainforest around… 10 more words



Chris Hastings is the keeper of a new flame at OvenBird. 

Written by Jan Walsh


Photography by Beau Gustafson

To the city’s excitement, Chris and Idie Hastings (owners of Hot & Hot Fish Club) have opened their second restaurant, OvenBird, located at 2810 Third Avenue South at Pepper Place. 746 more words


Many-striped Canastero (Asthenes flammulata)

I took this photo of a Many-striped Canastero (Asthenes flammulata), one of the ovenbirds, in the Yanacocha Reserve which is in the Andes north west of Quito, Ecuador.


Birdwatching in Cayman Islands: Mastic Trail Ideal Place to Spot Seasonal Winged Visitors

The Cayman Compass features choice spots for birdwatchers to view some of the many bird species (such as the ovenbird, shown above) that winter in the Cayman Islands seeking a warmer climate. 545 more words