These Dunlins (Calidris alpina ) were digiscoped with our Swarovski rig at about a million feet away 🙂
Veery’s son Dakota, received a large package today from the American Birding Association. We could hardly wait for his school day to end to see the contents. The box held a LOT! We are so proud to announce that Dakota tied for first place in the Writing Module of the ABA’s Young Birder of the
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We were honored to spend the night at The Audubon Inn, located in Mayville, Wisconsin, one of the gateways to Horicon Marsh. We only wish we could have stayed longer!! We easily found The Audubon Inn after a day of intense birding around Horicon Marsh. Right in the heart of downtown Mayville, The Audubon Inn
Northern Shovelers Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge in Horicon, Wisconsin Check out Skywatch Friday, you WON’T be disappointed!
Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica)
The following is a series of photos of a most photogenic American Bittern. We visited Horicon Marsh NWR in central Wisconsin and while driving along one of the dike roads (Main Dike Road) we discovered (among MANY) bitterns, this one right next to the road. We were able to stand as close as 5 feet
Jennifer Outcalt (Veery) took a Cartography class at Northern Illinois University to learn more about creating maps. She was required to do an independent mapping project and chose a topic that would promote the use of Duck Stamps. The basic idea/question for the project turned out to be: Where does the money come from and