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THIS IS A good time to sprinkle some mixed bird seed around the yard’s bushes or, where possible, under existing feeders. The golden-crowned sparrows arrived… Continue reading
A FEW DAYS ago, a “news flash” came across my desk. Actually, it was a bird-watcher’s news flash. Reporters in the field Joan and Chuck… Continue reading
POURING RAIN FOR too many days messes with your seasonal clock. On those rare days when the clouds suddenly part and the sunshine makes you… Continue reading
This is the perfect time to watch birds that have settled in for the winter.
There are 15 species on Washington’s bird checklist. That’s a lot of owls, more than enough to go around the entire state, and that’s just what they do.
Miles from nowhere, there is almost no visible life in Monument Valley except for one creature: a bird.
With fall in the air, birds are on the move, including mountain bluebirds and Townsend’s solitaires.
There are various ways to (humanely) deter their attacks on your home.
Because this body of water is popular with migrating birds, it is also one of those spots where the unexpected can be expected.
From newsletters to gorgeous rendered websites, its chapters offer it all.
My goal is now the relocation of an animal that would make a great housecat.
Their whispering, attire and nonstop conversations are fonts of mystery.
Late August to September are the best times to get up and get out.
Low tides make for perfect bird-watching conditions, especially as gulls congregate.
HALLOWEEN IS STILL three months away, but the owls are out and about.