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Aberrant Amble: A Non-Birder's Birding Adventure

What follows is a guest post from Mr. Stephen W. Holmes, President of the Board. (What board? Doesn’t matter. He’s Mr. President.) -Ed.

Aberrant Preamble… 1,906 more words


Armchair Birding

“Binoculars, and a hawk-like vigilance, reduce the disadvantage of myopic human vision.” ~ J.A. Baker

Summer is very ‘ho-hum’ for birding. Don’t get me wrong.

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Is that a Pterodactyl?

This morning we heard the loud “jungle bird” call of the Pileated Woodpecker, and it sounded close.  Sure enough the bird was way up near the top of a tall pine in the neighbor’s yard pecking out a meal from under the bark; their favorites are carpenter ants and wood boring beetles. 220 more words


July 14, 2015

My morning swamp walk —
lovely pileated pair
but no green heron.


The usual suspects.

Posing great blue heron.

Reflection of a snowy egret.

A lone black bellied whistling duck.

A green heron hiding in the marsh.

A crow was bothering this pileated woodpecker. 63 more words

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