You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. I recently encountered a Red-tailed Hawk perched on a high pole. As I watched the hawk, it stretched out one wing to its full length. My experience with these birds is that they fairly often go through […]Red-tailed Hawk — Wing Stretch and Flight — Sonoran Images
Parrot Tricks Word Search: Feather Fun
In honor of all those Skater Birds, Ball Tossers, and all trickster in between, our December Word Search salutes your skills and antics!
What a Bird Wants: Feathered Frenzy
‘Tis the season for making lists, attending festive parties, wrapping presents and the anticipation of that magical day approaching – Christmas Day. It’s not just humans who anticipate and revel in Christmas: many birdies do too – especially Zack and Bubbles!
Our December edition of Feathered Frenzy is a lovely Christmas letter from Zack and Bubbles to their parronts. Pour yourself a glass of eggnog and enjoy Zack and Bubbles’ Christmas wishes!
Turkey Takeout Take Down: Beneath the Cage Grate
Poor Morty’s mum, she was anticipating savoring the enjoyment of a Thanksgiving takeout dinner, brought right to the door, no fuss, no muss. Well, let’s just say that didn’t transpire – for Morty’s mum anyway.
Head on over to Morty’s column to find out where – and who, enjoyed the turkey and mashed potatoes and who ended up locked up (but with a full tummy)!
Highlights of Port Macquarie – Birds and Koalas — aussiebirder
During our time away house sitting in Port Macquarie on the Mid-North Coast of NSW we had the privilege of seeing family and friends. We also saw many Koalas, one of Australia’s unique creatures known as marsupial mammals, though this is not altogether correct as they are uniquely Koala, having their own family : Phascolarctidae. […]Highlights of Port Macquarie – Birds and Koalas — aussiebirder
Western Meadowlark — One of Three (Species) — Sonoran Images
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Western Meadowlarks migrate to southern Arizona each fall and winter. Currently, they are showing up in large numbers in the grasslands of Sonoita and Patagonia and in the farmlands northwest of Tucson. For years I had understood […]Western Meadowlark — One of Three (Species) — Sonoran Images
Vermilion Flycatcher — Adult Males — Sonoran Images
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Over the past week or two I’ve featured some images of Vermilion Flycatchers — an immature male and an adult female. Today, I’m posting images of a couple of adult males that I photographed recently. This little […]Vermilion Flycatcher — Adult Males — Sonoran Images
FRIDAY AT THE HIDE — Wildonline.blog
Friday 11th November Here are a few images from a busy day at the Meadow Hide……FRIDAY AT THE HIDE — Wildonline.blog
Seven steps to save nature by 2030 — Wildonline.blog
From the RSPB At the global biodiversity conference, COP15, we’ll have a chance to put together a framework for nature’s recovery worldwide. But we know it’s not always that simple. The UK Government had positioned itself as a global leader on nature over recent years but is now carrying out an Attack on Nature at home – undermining […]Seven steps to save nature by 2030 — Wildonline.blog
“Northern” Red-tailed Hawks — Why so Few? — Sonoran Images
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. I’ve said in recent posts that I’ve been seeing substantial numbers of Red-tailed Hawks recently. So many, in fact, that I’ve come to take these birds a bit for granted. My expectation is that I’ll see a […]“Northern” Red-tailed Hawks — Why so Few? — Sonoran Images