“Yank . . . yank . . .yankyank.”
“Where have all the goldfinches gone?” people ask, lamenting the absence of these bright, chipper little birds at feeders and birdbaths now that winter is looming.
Restoring the Mississippi River for Birds and People | New Website | Annual Fund Drive | Area Happenings
Do We Walk the Talk? | Treasures of the Lost Gorge | SPAS Butterfly Census | Happenings and Nature Notes | Historic Fledging of Manx Shearwater
Restless birds are casting their eyes on the skies in backyards, parks, fields and woodlands. Millions and millions of them are packing up and flying off to warmer places where they’ll spend the next six months. These include Ruby-throated Hummingbirds and House Wrens as well as Sandhill Cranes and Bald Eagles.
Mockingbirds in Fickle Climates Sing Fancier Tunes
Mockingbird Song | Lead Poisoning in Bald Eagles | New Beginnings | Generous with Their Time | Green Grass Shouldn’t Always be Green | State of the Birds | Chimney Swift Sit
Butterfly Count | Inside Birding | A Cautionary Tale | A Backyard for the Birds | Books for Butterfliers
Raptor Banding on the North Shore | Ice Age Extinctions | Annual Meeting Elections | Riverine Flyways | Bird-proofing your Windows