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
There’s no doubt that the pandemic has changed almost every facet of human life, from how we interact with others to how and where we go when, or if, we go out.
For our companion birdies however, nothing has changed. Their daily routine remains their reality, they’re still the happy (okay, sometimes hormonal too) birdies we love dearly. Neither their environment nor their interactions with us has changed. For them, there’s no pandemic.
Sherri’s April Feathered Frenzy column turns looks at how our reactions to the pandemic have impacted us, and how our birdies can help us better deal with our pandemic-driven anxieties.
Oh dear, it seems Alexa and Roomba’s Easter egg hunt took a couple of wrong, and funny, turns. Morty of course was closely observing their antics from a safe distance, careful to get the whole story whilst not getting his feathers tarnished (or dipped in egg).
Everybirdie should hop on over to Morty’s April column to read about his two roommates’ Easter egg-venture!
The U.S. military and conservation groups forged an unusual alliance to help save the red-cockaded woodpecker, but a Trump-era move to take it off the endangered list could threaten the bird.(Image credit: Chuck Hess/USFS)How The Military Helped Bring Back The Red-Cockaded Woodpecker — National : NPR
Here it is folks, the interview everybirdie has been waiting for! Morty travels to the UK to perch down with the 5 Cursing Parrots of Lincolnshire Park. In this in-depth investigative report, Morty uncovers the truth behind how the group managed to get into so much trouble.
Catch up with Morty here to hear about his big UK adventure, and what he uncovered about the rascals and wallflowers among the Fab Five of Lincolnshire Park!
Our homes affect us in so many ways, from mood to our levels of anxiety. This too is the case for our birdie companions. The ambiance of their environment affects their level of anxiety too as well as their behaviour and reactions to what we are doing around the house.
Sherri’s March ’21 Feathered Frenzy column provides all parronts with some tips and tricks for creating and maintain a happy ambiance level for our birdie companions and us too!
Those of us birbs who live with other feathered friends know all too well that one buddy who just has to prove that their vocal solos are the best and the loudest right?
In Lavender’s February It’s A Birb Thing, Cheeks demonstrates her marvelous – and loud, vocal range (perhaps to the chagrin) of her birb friend.
In addition to a lot of gorgeous birds, we’ll visit Guido’s research station on a remote mountain in eastern Panama. From there it is up into his cloud forest preserve, where dozens of new species have been discovered.Panama! Birds and Possibilities, with Jess Morton: Zoom Evening Meeting reminder Tuesday, 2 February, 7:30 p.m. — SANTA MONICA BAY AUDUBON SOCIETY BLOG