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Calling Bird

(Bridgman, Michigan) A memory at Christmas time of Mom: When she was living at Woodland Terrace, she wanted me to mount a bird feeder outside her window so she could sit in her chair and watch the birds appear.   136 more words


Birds, Flowers, etc.

Like others on WordPress, I have been going through photos taken in 2016 to see whether some of them could be displayed here. Several are shown below, and others will probably follow in the last three days of this year. 42 more words


Rose-breasted Grosbeak now here in numbers

Another fairly common migrant from the north, throughout most of Costa Rica, is the Rose-breasted Grosbeak (Pheucticus ludovicianus). I have recorded it here at home from early October to late March, although the October sighting is rather unusual, with most arrivals coming in November. 544 more words

Around Turrialba

Rose-breasted Grosbeak #19


A male Rose-breasted Grosbeak I captured behind my lens this past summer. A little out of focus but hope you enjoy it anyway :)


My Favorite Migrator

October is a busy month for birds here in the Atlanta area.
Many of them have begun the long flight to their winter homes and stop by for a brief visit en route.   251 more words


The Return Trip

The Return Trip.


Just as in Spring, we get a lot of the migrant birds come over our mountain. In Spring heading north, in Fall heading south. 123 more words

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