Grab a pencil and your favorite hot beverage and find a quiet place to enjoy our May 2023 Feather Fun Word Search!
The Easter Bunny Has an Identity Crisis: Beneath the Cage Grate
The age-old question arose at Morty’s house over Easter: who, and what, is the Easter Bunny?
The resident bots have their opinion, Morty on the other hand has a whole different perspective!
Catch up with Morty and the Easter Bunny here and decide for yourself the identity of the holiday’s unofficial chocolate-delivery mascot!
Lessons from Chaka: Feathered Frenzy
A sweet little visitor came to hang out with Zack and Bubbles last month. Chaka took one look at Zack and Bubbles and realized the world was much, much bigger than he could have imagined!
Zack and Chaka immediately hit it off, with Zack showing his new buddy the ropes.
Head on over to Sherri’s May Feathered Frenzy column to find out how Chaka’s visit changed how parrots and parronts see one another and the world around them!
Curve-billed Thrasher, Spring Morning in the Desert — Sonoran Images
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. I was hiking in the desert a few days ago, searching for lizards to photograph, when I came across a Curve-billed Thrasher, apparently enjoying the spring sunshine. I had the “wrong” lens for bird photography, with a […]Curve-billed Thrasher, Spring Morning in the Desert — Sonoran Images
Challenge Complete — Backyard Bird Nerd
I feel like I should start this post with a drumroll….and then say…Ladies and Gentlemen, the final bird of the April Thirty-Bird Challenge is…the Eastern Bluebird! Oh, I could have said the American Robin, or the Northern Mockingbird, or the Red-shouldered Hawk, or the Red-winged Blackbird, or the Brown-headed Nuthatch – as they all made […]Challenge Complete — Backyard Bird Nerd
Another of the Road Runner — RV John
Pictures : This shot is the same as yesterday’s, except it had turned a little bit. Hope everyone’s weekend is going well.Another of the Road Runner — RV John
Swallows of Delaware (7 Species to know) — Badgerland Birding
Swallows are fast moving aerial insectivores that move quickly and catch prey on the fly. They have long wings and are characterized by their acrobatic movements. There are eight different swallow species that live across the United States and seven of them can be found in Delaware with six being common and one being extremely rare. Contained in this article is information on how to identify each one, along with additional information on their lifestyle and habits.Swallows of Delaware (7 Species to know) — Badgerland Birding
Plovers of Pennsylvania (5 Species to Know) — Badgerland Birding
Plovers are a type of shorebird characterized by their round appearance and often look plump. They can be found near water or in open fields. While they are a sub-group of shorebirds, there are many species of plovers in the United States. In this post, you will be able to see all of the expected plovers in Pennsylvania.Plovers of Pennsylvania (5 Species to Know) — Badgerland Birding
Woodpeckers of Ohio (7 Species to Know) — Badgerland Birding
Woodpeckers are unique birds that specialize in using their bills to bore holes in wood for the purpose of finding insects and other invertebrates to eat. There are many different species of woodpeckers that live in North America and seven species that can be found in the state of Ohio. Here is everything you need to know about these seven species.Woodpeckers of Ohio (7 Species to Know) — Badgerland Birding
Tanzania Day 5 – Speke Bay and the Serengeti — blairbirding
I did not keep Ebird lists during the trip relying on Kevin Zimmer for that. We did, as usual on most tours, do group bird lists each evening before dinner checking off each species seen that day. Kevin shared a few lists early but as the tour pressed on, it became an overwhelming task to […]Tanzania Day 5 – Speke Bay and the Serengeti — blairbirding