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 We had a nice break from the humidity this weekend. Sunday morning. I took a long walk through the woods that leads to some fields along ..read more
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Over the years I've heard many changing theories when it comes to health and science. Everything from the number of eggs that is safe to ..read more
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There are always things that I could be doing or should be doing when I'm stomping around fields watching birds. 90% of the time   ..read more
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 As the hot summer days roll in my motivation for birding in the humid weather decreases. I like to get out early without much ambition ..read more
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 We had beautiful weather for the first official weekend of the summer. I decided to visit the central shoreline where there were still ..read more
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I haven't posted for a couple of weeks. If I don't have anything interesting to say, I count on an interesting photo to help me tell a ..read more
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 Birding is a great hobby but one of the drawbacks is you are constantly scanning the area looking for birds even when you're driving. I ..read more
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 You might wonder how birds could possibly ruin our connection to nature? Birds should help to enhance our connection with nature. Unless ..read more
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Two of the more common spring migrants in our are the Yellow Warbler (above) and the Warbling Vireo (below).Yellow Warblers operate mostly ..read more
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I saw this cardinal 10 years ago. I was standing silently in the middle of a mess of small trees. It landed so close to my face that I had ..read more

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