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It's Peak Sandhill Crane Season at Songbird Prairie Bed and Breakfast

Sandhill crane migration peaks mid-November at the Jasper Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area.  The crane count is already over 10,000 this week – and it’s only going to get higher!   249 more words

New bird exhibit in Chicago Stay at Songbird Prairie in Northwest Indiana

Posted by Amy on February 4th, 2009 at 9:42 am CST
Categories: Illinois, Museum

A permanent exhibit called “Birds of Chicago” is open at The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. 93 more words

My Favorite Songbirds Singing at Songbird Prairie

En route, I listened to some of my favorite songbirds singing passionately to attract mates.  Scarlet tanagers belting out their rough, two-syllable “chip-burr” notes, and rose-breasted grosbeaks singing sweetly like robins that had taken voice lessons.  185 more words

Where do hummingbirds winter?

Where do hummingbirds winter?

Jim Williams, Special to the Star Tribune

Ruby-throated hummingbird, juvenile male, at geranium flower

As ruby-throated hummingbirds are returning to the state, researchers are learning more about where they spend the other half of the year. 562 more words

The Review Lady visits Songbird Prairie

The Review Lady

Opinions on food and travel from the life of a perfectionist

The Review Lady’s Rating Scale:

1 – Abysmal
2 – Needs Improvement… 991 more words

Report:U.S.bird species declining see songbirds at Songbird Prairie Bed and Breakfast

Report: U.S. bird species declining

Last update: 9:30 p.m. EDT March 19, 2009

WASHINGTON, Mar 19, 2009 (UPI via COMTEX) — From Atlantic beaches to Midwestern prairies and Hawaiian forests, one-third of the 800 U.S. 173 more words