Bolivia and Argentina: Diversity and Rare Birds. Zoom Evening Meeting Reminder, Tuesday, 4 Oct, 7:30 p.m. — SANTA MONICA BAY AUDUBON SOCIETY BLOG

John will take you on a virtual tour of the diverse landscapes, habitats and birds (and mammals) of these two amazing countries. Bolivia has the highest species list for a landlocked country. Argentina is huge and stretches from sub-Antartica to tropical rainforests to high elevation Andes. John lead tours to both countries this summer and photographed many rare and endangered birds along with endemic birds to the countries and regions.

Bolivia and Argentina: Diversity and Rare Birds. Zoom Evening Meeting Reminder, Tuesday, 4 Oct, 7:30 p.m. — SANTA MONICA BAY AUDUBON SOCIETY BLOG

THE GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER — Wildonline.blog

Meet the Model , Woody the Great Spotted Woodpecker The Great spotted woodpecker , Dendrocopos major is one of three native woodpeckers here in the U.K ( the other two species are the Lesser spotted and Green woodpecker ) The Great spotted woodpecker is actually smaller than most people imagine being roughly the same size […]

THE GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER — Wildonline.blog

NUTHATCH — Wildonline.blog

Meet the Model – Norbert the Nuthatch words and images by Peter Hanscomb Say hello to Norman , the Nuthatch  Sitta europaea.  This small agile and busy tit-sized woodland bird has a short tail, large head and a woodpecker-like bill. Nuthatches are the only bird that will climb up and down tree trunks in mature […]

NUTHATCH — Wildonline.blog

A New Butterfly for Delaware County — Sullivan & Delaware County Birder’s Blog

Today I started my morning birding at the Riverview Cemetery in Hancock. I had an enjoyable time there recording such species as Cape May Warbler (3), Black-throated Green Warbler (2), Warbling Vireo and Brown Thrasher among the more common species. After I was done there, I wasn’t sure where, or what, I really wanted to […]

A New Butterfly for Delaware County — Sullivan & Delaware County Birder’s Blog

September is a great time to feed hummingbirds — CKD Lawn & Garden Blog

Catching a glimpse of a hummingbird is an experience that thrills gardeners young and old alike.  These amazing birds, sometimes referred to as ‘avian helicopters’ are truly a pleasure to enjoy as they migrate through our Central Kansas gardens.  Since September is an active time for hummingbird migration in Kansas there is a good chance […]

September is a great time to feed hummingbirds — CKD Lawn & Garden Blog
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