Press Release: Wild Horse Org Takes Legal Action Against Ten-Year Destruction Plan (RENO) Today, Wild Horse Education and founder Laura Leigh have filed litigation to stop the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) […]WHE Take Action to Protect Jackson Mountain (Press Release) — Wild Horse Education
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. We returned to view the owls two evenings after our first encounter with them. When we arrived we discovered two of the youngsters sitting within a couple of meters of our observation location. These birds quickly, but […]Great Horned Owls — Second Act — Sonoran Images
Continuing with some of the birds we saw in our recent visit to Taronga Park Zoo, Sydney, we saw a lifer – The Double-eyed Fig Parrot. This was a bird we pursued when we were last in Far North Queensland, but never laid eyes on. It is a resident of New Guinea, but is also […]Our Tiniest Parrot – The Double-eyed Fig Parrot — aussiebirder
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. I’ve posted often recently about the many families of Great Horned Owls in our community. Of course, Great Horned Owls aren’t our only owl species. We have several owl species, including Burrowing Owls. Burrowing Owls evidence the […]Burrowing Owls — Adults and Youngsters — Sonoran Images
We teased you with our May edition of Feather Fun, and now we’re back with more Movies & TV fun! Try your hand at our latest word search to see how many more movies & TV shows include parrots/birdies. Have fun!
Toys, toys, toys, how many toys can a birdie have? Many! Sherri’s June ’22 edition of Feathered Frenzy is a fun and informative discussion about the different types of toys available and how different parrots prefer different toys for all sorts of reasons.
A great read for all birdie parronts! Leave a comment for Sherri about the types of toys your birdie enjoys playing with – or preening!
Let’s face it, some of us just can’t sing. I know I can’t. Well, Morty wants to share his assessment of Alexa’s ‘screeching’ talent in his June ’22 issue of Beneath the Cage Grate. It seems even bots can have delusions of grandeur and over-rated skill. Maybe it was the pizza, or maybe it was Roomba cheering her on. Whatever the motivation, everyone will appreciate Morty’s take on Alexa’s ill-fated attempt to join the choir.
OSPREY, the Migratory Piscivore Dr. James J. S. Johnson While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease. Genesis 8:22 Migrating birds remind me of what God said in Genesis 8:22, about the predictability of annual seasons. It’s really amazing if you […]OSPREY, the migratory piscivore — Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus
Photo by Chris Bosak — Bobolink in New England, May 2022. One of the highlights of the post-spring migration rush in New England is to visit a field in New England where bobolinks nest. Luckily, I have one fairly close to where I live — Happy Landings in Brookfield, Connecticut. The bobolinks’ bubbly song (which […]A walk among bobolinks — Birds of New England.com
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Today, more portraits of Great Horned Owls. My friend Dan, who seems to know where every nesting pair of Great Horned Owls in the Tucson metropolitan area is located, invited me one evening a couple of weeks […]Great Horned Owls — Family Portraits — Sonoran Images