You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Back in February Louisa and I found ourselves driving on a rural dirt road a couple of days after a heavy winter rain. Most of the rainfall had already evaporated but there were still a few puddles […]Ten Favorite Images Of 2020 — # 9, Least Sandpipers — Sonoran Images
Hello, dears! AHHH MERRY CHRISTMAS! 😀 😀 😀 I’m scheduling this post so I can’t tell you about our celebrations yet, but I hope your day is/was wonderful! Anyway, I wanted to post something Christmasy, so I decided to go with a wintry photoshoot along with some of my favorite Christmas songs. Enjoy, my friends! […]A Frosty Christmas Photoshoot + Playlist — A Farm Girl’s Life
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Louisa and I spent most of our lives living in the eastern United States, moving to Tucson only about a decade ago. There’s only one species of hummingbird that one usually sees in the East, the Ruby-throated […]Ten Favorite Images of 2020 — # 6, Preening Costa’s Hummingbird — Sonoran Images
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. We were driving through Sonoita’s grasslands a couple of weeks ago when I encountered a familiar-looking bird perched on a fence rail. One glance through my camera’s viewfinder confirmed my initial impression. The bird was a Cassin’s […]Cassin’s Kingbird — What Are You Doing Here? — Sonoran Images
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A meticulous study recently published by scientists in Leipzig, Germany, concludes that the intelligence of ravens rivals that of the great apes. Other studies have come to similar conclusions, but this one was especially exhaustive, employing a complex combination of tests designed to measure various aspects of intelligence. They found, among other things, that four […]Raven Reasoning — The Urban Nature Enthusiast
There was a recently published story on how the Gentoo Penguin, currently considered to be a single species with various colonies on Antarctica and the near-Antarctic island groups, might actually be four species as there seems to be no interbreeding between colonies and there are size differences and genetic differences between colonies. That sounds reasonable: not way out of line.Gentoo Penguins: one species or four? — SANTA MONICA BAY AUDUBON SOCIETY BLOG
In Lavender’s December 2020 column, we find Cheeks trying her wing at cooking.
Head on over to our It’s A Birb Thing page to find out what Cheek’s is whipping up!
The Christmas season is upon us, and for parronts, wondering what presents to get for our feathered kids – fids, is a seasonal challenge.
What do you get the fids who seemingly have everything you ask?
Sherri’s December 2020 Feathered Frenzy column provides all parronts out there with great tips and suggestions for birdie gift giving this Christmas.
Beyond toys, playgyms and treats, the greatest gift we can give our feathered companions, and the most valuable, is our time and attention this holiday season!
Oh dear, it looks like Morty’s arch nemesis Alexa is at it again, wreaking havoc with Morty’s Thanksgiving’ turkey ambitions and planting the seeds for a festive Dingbot Jingles Christmas.
Listening to Alexa regarding cooking the Thanksgiving turkey was Morty’s first mistake….
We’re talkin’ Turkey and Dingbots with our intrepid resident grey chef in the December edition of Beneath the Cage Grate.
If you’re looking for charred turkey cooking tips or how to live uncomfortably with a mouthy bot, Morty’s December 2020 column is for you!