Birding

We love to travel to find new birds and participate in a lot of bird counts. We also created a Guide to Birding Field Guides and host a collection of over 200 birding links from all over the globe.

Conservation

While our main focus continues to be birds, we promote other areas of conservation as well. Conserving land not only benefits wildlife, but is hugely beneficial to people as well.

Year of the Young Birder

2013 is officially The Year of the Young Birder! We plan on spending the whole year promoting young birder clubs and sharing ideas on how to help student naturalists become lifelong conservationists.

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Phriday Photo – Broken Down Killdeer

May 17, 2013 | No comment

A Killdeer displaying a “broken-wing” to distract us from his mate’s nest. We stumbled upon him and after a couple photos, took a wide detour around the nest.

Sandhill Crane in Flight

April 16, 2013 | No comment

A couple of shots from the annual Midwest Crane Count.

Female Black-throated Blue Warbler

October 10, 2012 | No comment

Here are a couple shots of a female Black-throated Blue Warbler I found back in September. Quite a bit different from the male! This one was taken a few years ago in May.

Phriday Photo – Cadillac Mountain

July 20, 2012 | 1 comment

Cadillac Mountain is located within Acadia National Park. It is the highest point on the east coast. Habitat Restoration

Phriday Photo – Rolland F. Perry City Forest

July 6, 2012 | No comment

Rolland F. Perry City Forest: Bangor, Maine It rained the day we were in Bangor, Maine but the birds and mosquitoes didn’t mind a bit! We didn’t really either. Abundant Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers and singing Hermit Thrushes will un-dampen any mood! Dakota and Grandpa No Great Horned Owl Sightings – but Thanks for the Warning! Everything […]

Phriday Photo – Somes Sound

June 29, 2012 | No comment

Considered the only fjord on the east coast in the US “Somes Sound runs north-south in the middle of Mount Desert Island. This section is at the southern end where it opens into the open ocean. At the north end is the small and picturesque village of Somesville, the first settlement on the island.” – […]

Phriday Photo – More Dickcissels

June 15, 2012 | 1 comment

Dickcissels have been abundant this year. Not only that but they always seem to be posing for photos.

Phriday Photo – Eastern Wood-Pewee Singing His Heart Out

June 1, 2012 | No comment

Eastern Wood-Pewee

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