Brief summaries of some news items
Feeding on garden resources
More seasonal migrants among us
I have no good answer this time
Endemic to one county in Idaho
No, wait ... state park guide book makes 108
Or, how about chickadees for 675 days in a row?
These are unusual sightings of a species dependent on coniferous trees for food
Find a muddy shoreline
This flyer was nesting in Orono
AOU makes some changes
Colorful and empty, unfortunately
Crex is filled with blooming wildflowers right now
Japanese beetles are in the air, and the traps
For years, Crex Meadows in NW Wisconsin had resident Sharp-tailed Grouse. They disappeared. Now, they are back.
These birds, young looking though they are, now are learning to hunt, a lesson to be mastered before winter
The frog apparently was waiting for me to turn on the light
Have you bought the 2016 stamp yet? It's an investment in birding.
It's a favorite bird that occasionally hunts frogs in our pond
White-breasted Nuthatches evolved to feed upside down, which they do in any and all circumstances