Category Archives: Birds

East Side Views – Heart Lake

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Flycatcher Green

FLYCATCHER GREEN Welcome whistler better than sticky paper cheeps from nearby tree

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Bluebird Blue

SURELY BLUE Strong but soft rich but subdued quietly sure not cobalt not royal not baby but bluebird deeply serene cerulean blue

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Bright Moon Wandering – New Poetry Book

I have a new book of poetry – Bright Moon WanderingI would be very happy if you took a look and gave me your thoughts!

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Sometimes Rescuers Need Rescuing

I’m posting a communication from Ellicott Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.  It includes before and shortly-after pictures of an owl being rehabilitated after hitting a window at high speed. Ellicott is an all-volunteer non-profit 501(c)(3) organization rescuing birds and other wildlife since … Continue reading

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Backpacking in Yellowstone/The Merger

Backpacking in Yellowstone Hoped-for submersion auspicious inversion civilizing subversion total immersion The Merger Speak not of boardrooms of quick-voiced chaos and closed-in spaces __________________ rather, into quiet ease – the lullaby of birdsong wind’s dance with the trees refrain of … Continue reading

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Cranky Baby or Yellow-Headed Blackbird?

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Elusive and Unmistakeable…

Goldfinch!     It must be spring!

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Albatross Sing and Dance

Courtesy of the always-amazing Cornell Lab of Ornithology comes this video of albatross singing and dancing.  Seeing is believing! Does this sound a little like whale song?

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Duck Courtship Behavior

Have a good laugh watching duck mating behavior, courtesy of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Macaulay Library Plus, this link has more about identifying raptors in winter

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