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Where Are You Birding This Third Weekend of March 2018?

The last weekend of winter (or summer, depending on your polar orientation) rarely resembles either the season ending or the...

Early Spring in London – Elizabeth Street in Belgravia

If you are like me and tired of winter, hoping for an early spring in London, you are in luck. While the weather, birds and bees haven’t quite caught up yet, there is a place in London where spring has sprung. In Belgravia, there isShow More Summary

Diamonds in the Sky

On this pleasant, late afternoon in central Missouri, I went out on the back deck to see what avian visitors might stop by and I was treated to a noisy mix of resident and wintering birds. Turkey vultures were most numerous, lazily circling overhead before settling in their roost a mile up the road. Show More Summary

Alto's Odyssey tips and tricks to help you escape lemurs, ride walls over chasms, and more!

Come to the dark side of the desert: We have sandboards. Tired of winter? So is Team Alto: The development team behind Alto's Adventure has traded the snow and ice of its original endless runner for sand, canyons, waterfalls, birds of...Show More Summary

Get a grip!

Birdwatching is like a box of chocolates: you never know what you’re going to get, but it’s certain to be sweet. That’s what I always say, and that was exactly what happened this weekend at the Saz-Zim Bog Winter Birding Festival. I’d...Show More Summary

Sax-Zim Birding Festival and the Great Backyard Bird Count

This weekend is a big one for me—it’s the Sax-Zim Birding Festival centered in Meadowlands, and I get to be the keynote speaker: I'll be talking about how birds survive winter.This also means I get to spend the weekend with my good friends Chuck and Gail Prudhomme, who live on the Little Whiteface River. Show More Summary

Winter Birds

As long as it has been since I posted, you would think I gave up birding. Not true! I just haven't been good about sharing with others. I will say I haven't done as much as usual--between a never-ending respiratory infection and work, I haven't been out as much.I thought I would give a summary to catch up though. Show More Summary

Birding With The Emphasis On Comfort

I've been continuing my strategy of putting minimal effort into my birding during the winter months. The Wadsworth mansion grounds provide a nice landscaped area to walk around that includes a large number of mature pines and cedars bordered by a deciduous forest. Show More Summary

Stillwater Artisanal with Oliver Brewing Co.: Tuppence (Feed the Birds)

2 months agoHobbies / Birding : 10,000 Birds

Today is the exact midpoint of winter in the Northern Hemisphere, halfway between the winter solstice and spring equinox. This...

28 Movies Worth Watching in Seattle This Weekend: February 1-4, 2018

2 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The Road Movie, The Post, A Ciambra, and other critics' picks. by Stranger Things To Do Staff If anything can get you through Seattle's winters, it's Seattle's movie scene. Whether seeking out Oscar picks like Lady Bird, foreign artShow More Summary

Groundhogs Don't Have a Clue

The chubby rodents are infamously bad at forecasting the end of winter—but birds, on the other hand, are pretty good -- Read more on

A Guide to Bird Watching Bald Eagles in Utah

Bald eagles fly in the winter to find food and escape colder conditions farther north. By the time February arrives, hundreds of eagles are in the state. This post A Guide to Bird Watching Bald Eagles in Utah appeared first on

Birds Hanging Out In A Tree Warmed By Sun

During the winter I look for areas where birds concentrate that I can pull close to in my car.This old tree was near a brushy field in a lighted area. Among the birds that landed in the tree was 18 Red-winged Blackbirds,16 Eastern Bluebirds,...... 8 Dark-eyed Juncos........... and 22 Cedar Waxing!

100 Warmhearted People Brave the Cold to Expose Canada Goose’s Cruelty

The only thing colder than the winter air? Canada Goose's cruelty to coyotes and birds. The post 100 Warmhearted People Brave the Cold to Expose Canada Goose’s Cruelty appeared first on PETA.

Flying With Birds is More Than Fun

This man flies with birds. His service helps ensure the birds safely get to their destination. Related on EcoSalon 7 Bird Design Trends for Birds of a Feather (Lovers) How Birds Survive Winter A Reminder That Bird Feeders Feed Birds… and Entertain Cats The post Flying With Birds is More Than Fun appeared first on EcoSalon.

Nature in Winter

2 months agoHobbies / Nature : Nature's Blog

We humans, native to the Tropics, tend to prefer warm, sunny weather. Indeed, a significant portion of our population shuns winter altogether, venturing outdoors only to get the mail, walk the dog or fill the bird feeders.Such disdain...Show More Summary

Bird flu found in wild birds in UK's Dorset but risk to humans, poultry low

2 months agoHealth : Reuters: Health

(Reuters) - Britain's Agriculture Ministry said on Friday it had found the H5N6 strain of bird flu in 17 wild birds in South Dorset for the first time in the country this winter.

Where to see sandhill cranes and dizzying flocks of snow geese? Five bird festivals in the West highlight these master migrators

Even snow geese leave home in winter. The noisy white birds that call the Arctic region home travel south to California and Mexico to find good nesting spots and good eats. The geese are among the millions of migrating birds that take to the sky along avian freeways across North America called...

Japan reports first suspected bird flu case in poultry this winter

2 months agoHealth : Reuters: Health

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's agriculture ministry on Wednesday reported a suspected case of bird flu in Kagawa prefecture, western Japan, potentially marking the country's first bird flu outbreak in poultry this winter.

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