I started at Rake Lane this morning and a Kingfisher sat on a sluice gate along with a Grey Wagtail wasat welcome by the Hollpool Gutter where it crosses Rake Lane. Hundreds of Pink-footed Goose passed overhead flying south after leaving the Mersey Estuary and on a much smaller scale was a female Stonechat sat […]
Cheeks follows up her December It’s A Birb Thing cooking lesson with more meal prep tips in Cooking With Cheeks: Part 2.
Every birdie will benefit from learning about these important cooking (and eating) How To’s!
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Morty’s Christmas was a success – mostly. He was of course showered with toys from Santa Claws, and his two sidekicks also received cool presents from the jolly fellow.
However, Morty is dismayed with one of his roommate’s Christmas haul – and her subsequent experimentation with her new ‘toy’.
Read Morty’s January edition of Beneath the Cage Grate and judge for yourself whether Morty’s Christmas wishes for Alexa and Roomba came true!
It’s officially the 2020’s and Sherri and the birdies are trying to tie a neat little bow on the Christmas just past and return to some degree of normalcy to begin the new decade.
But alas, normalcy is hard to achieve, especially after a couple of weeks of rushing around, decorating, wrapping and then opening presents, and the prep and clean ups from big dinners and visitors.
How do you and your flock return to your ‘normal’ after the holiday season? Catch up with Zack and Bubbles here to find out how they’re trying to resume their routines after a festive but hectic Christmas.
I started my walk along Brook Furlong Lane this morning where a long deadpredated Barn Owl lay outside the pony stable. There were several Raven on the pylons and trees along the lane and then a party of Long-tailed Tit were foraging in the bushes. Out on the River Weaver were the usual Tufted Duck, […]
I started this morning watching the sunrise over the Mersey Estuary at Eastham and then I made my way to Ince. The pools held c70 Eurasian Teal, c20 Mallard, c15 Gadwall, 3 Little Grebe (one of which was catching small fish as I walked on to the marsh and again as I made my way […]
Calgary 2020 Big Year Birding Challenge Nature Calgary is promoting a friendly “big year” birding challenge within the Calgary city limits in 2020. See this post for general information. To register to take part in this free year-long challenge, send your name, eBird name, and email address to Howard Heffler at: hheffler[at]shaw.ca. Participants will have…