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Early this August we went backpacking for the second year at Heart Lake in Yellowstone. The distance is eight miles from trailhead to lake and another two miles around to our campsite. Some campsites are as much as five miles … Continue reading
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
This hawk and her mate have become increasingly frequent visitors to my yard with its bird feeders. I think she is a Cooper’s hawk, and not a sharp-shinned, and here’s why: Cooper’s are bigger, 14-20 inches – crow size – … Continue reading