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Spring Storms, Shirking Work

From a couple of years ago. Not much has changed!
Enjoy this archive post … and your spring-y days. 817 more words


Lagunas de Bonilla - Snowy Cotinga and Fasciated Antshrike

The beautiful Lagunas de Bonilla are located just over the border in the Caribbean province of Limón. They are located on private property and are not open to the public but they can be viewed from an overlook on a dirt road that leads off the newly paved Turrialba-Santa Teresita-La Alegría road. 820 more words

Around Turrialba

The End of a Yard List

I haven’t posted in a while because I have moved. I am still in Fort Wayne, but as of yesterday Grosbeak Gardens has officially ended its run as the location of my yard list among many other things. 732 more words

Dauphin Island Day #1

For spring break this year I decided to travel to Dauphin Island, Alabama to photograph  some birds. Dauphin Island is a birding hotspot, so I hope that I will have an opportunity to photograph some beautiful birds. 157 more words

Blue Grosbeak Scissor-tailed Flycatcher


Paranga is named after the Scarlet Tanager, a bird that nests on this 17 acre land situated in the Laurentian Forests of Quebec.The experimental part comes from the question we often ask ourselves here: can we gain a livelihood from this land and respect the integrity of the surrounding forest? 485 more words


Scarlet Tanager #44


A Male Scarlet Tanager from the summer of 2013.


The Sore-eye Bird

A while back I posted a chapter from the book I am working on and received some great feedback–some of which I am still wrestling with. 3,537 more words