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Category Archives: Birds
FLYCATCHER GREEN Welcome whistler better than sticky paper cheeps from nearby tree
SURELY BLUE Strong but soft rich but subdued quietly sure not cobalt not royal not baby but bluebird deeply serene cerulean blue
I have a new book of poetry – Bright Moon WanderingI would be very happy if you took a look and gave me your thoughts!
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
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
Goldfinch! It must be spring!
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?
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