Purple martins with dragonflies. I don’t see a lot of press releases now that journalism is no longer my full-time profession, but I did receive a few last week that caught my eye. One was from Cole’s Wild Bird Products and the other from the Purple Martin Conservation Association. The topics were very different but […]For the Birds: Spring feeding and purple martins — Birds of New England.com
Weekend Wildlife from the Meadow Hide I can’t believe it’s May already , this year seems to be flying past so quickly. Anyway it’s Saturday 1st May and another full day at the Meadow Hide. It might be May, but it’s still a cold start to the day , with a rather chilly 5 degrees, […]WEEKEND WILDLIFE — Wildonline.blog
“…just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we also walk in newness of life.” Romans 6:4 Newly hatched Canada Goose babies in Monroe, GA USA. ©www.williamwisephoto.com. Spring is all about new beginnings. Winter’s lifeless branches and twigs begin to burst forth with green verdure. A vast array of colors […]Newness of Life! — Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Two images today of a Cactus Wren perched on an Ocotillo and enjoying the warm morning sun. The Cactus Wren is Arizona’s state bird. Although I don’t always agree with the policy decisions made by our state […]Cactus Wren — Enjoying The Morning Sunshine — Sonoran Images
Wildlife Wednesday 21-4-2021 Another wildlife Wednesday from the meadow hide , and a full day from 8am to 6pm , the morning flying solo and in the afternoon with my wife Anne. All the usual suspects here today , including a fine display of abstract running by a couple of Hares. Star of the show […]WILDLIFE WEDNESDAY — Wildonline.blog
Osprey have been observed daily since April 20 at an Arboretum nesting platform.Osprey Cam: The Osprey Return — Nature Notes
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Today I’m featuring one more Sky Island inhabitant. This is the Acorn Woodpecker. Acorn Woodpeckers are a common sight in the higher elevations of the mountain ranges in southern Arizona. I’ve seen and photographed them in the […]Acorn Woodpecker In The Santa Ritas — Sonoran Images
Photo by Chris Bosak A wood duck swims in a pond in New England, April 2021. Only a narrow barrier of reeds separated the fairly busy road from the rain-swelled pool of water bordered by railroad tracks on the backside. On any other day, this pool of water would be ignored and driven past without […]For the Birds: Spring wood duck sightings always welcome — Birds of New England.com
Anyone who lives with a birdie knows clothing is a prime target for birdie ‘stuff’.
Check out Lavender’s April It’s A Birb Thing column to see how Cheeks decorates her mom’s new shirt.
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. I was very pleased the other day to capture an image of an Ash-throated Flycatcher. These birds favor trees and brushy vegetation, often in the vicinity of a stream or creek. I was riding as a passenger […]Ash-throated Flycatcher — Sonoran Images