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Bird watching

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Mini post: What happens when we share a passion

I’m not a big Valentine’s Day person, so I thought I’d look for a different take on the day of love and what I found was some amazing graphics and almost 180,000 people sharing a love of birds and science. The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has a program called eBird that has been operating for … Continue reading

Birds and windows

I had a traumatic morning, but not as traumatic as it was for the bird who hit my window. After a loud thump, I knew what had happened. We’ve had a few birds tap the window before but this one didn’t sound good. Sure enough when I looked outside the bird was alive but on … Continue reading

What makes hummingbirds special?

I spent some time out at the Haselwood Inn Bed & Breakfast┬áthis weekend, where with a little help from a hummingbird feeder, some pretty nice flowers, and thirteen acres of natural landscape, the ruby-throated hummingbirds are prevalent. Apparently last weekend there was a migration through the property. What is it about these tiny birds that … Continue reading

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