By DOC Biodiversity Ranger, Bruce Postill (Waikato)
I recently attended the inaugural Australasian Bird Fair in Sydney.
The Bird Fair is targeted at bird watchers/naturalists, with perhaps 15% of those attending being researchers. 392 more words
Now that I’ve been putting out mealworms in my yard, I’ve been getting some Rock Wrens hopping around. I was putting the worms into a little hanging dish, but I wasn’t getting many takers. 80 more words
5 months, 3 weeks
More Orientation : Still more to know about, yesterdays stuff, was stuff that I knew about already but today ….. I’m not sure what is coming. 160 more words
6 months, 2 weeks
Maybe orientation today?: The one thing one must not worry about is being in a hurry if you are dealing with the State or Federal government, all things take time. 342 more words
When you look at most “bird photography” they are just unaltered photographs of birds in the wild. Most images are birds sitting on branches staring off to the right or left so you get a good profile. 174 more words
A Rock Wren on his rock, Malheur.
Dark morph Red-tailed Hawk:
Wilson’s Snipe in the open, successful hunt:
Tree Swallow at nest hole.
Note the glorious gloss on the swallow’s feathers in bright sunlight. 14 more words
Roadkill Crossing, and other tales from Amish Country
By Bruce Stambaugh
A month ago, a wayward little bird, a Rock Wren, ended up far from home smack in the middle of Ohio’s Amish country. 664 more words
9 months, 4 weeks