April 24, 2021.Reading time 2 minutes.
When Barred Owls fledge they are not very good flyers. Their primary flight feathers have not grown in. This doesn’t stop them from getting out and exploring their new world. And as adolescents tend to do, they can take it a little too far. When they do they can end up on the ground after […]
April 22, 2021.Reading time 4 minutes.
Today’s (April 22, 2021) media will be full, and rightfully so, of proclamations calling for an urgent global response to the climate crisis. As you might suspect, one of my interests in these proclamations of goals and possible solutions is their impact on the impact of climate change on bird populations. Globally and my yard, […]
April 20, 2021.Reading time 4 minutes.
I have watched my fair share of bird documentaries. Almost all include courtship and mate selection rituals. These are often bizarre or weird to our eyes. That is until we think back to our teens and the corollaries come racing back to mind. One of my unfair conclusions early on was that the females (it […]
April 7, 2021.Reading time less than 1 minute.
The “LoveOwls” were back in our yard. I’m thinking Parent’s Evening Out date.