People wishing to participate should meet at the visitor center at 8 a.m. Participants are asked to dress warmly and bring a lunch, field guides, binoculars, something to share for dinner and a place setting.
Is there no aspect of human life that hasn’t been offered an unrequested helping hand from technology? Is there a drowsy Luddite left on the planet who hasn’t one way or another been forced to wince in the cold floodlight of electronic efficiency?
Gulls are an interesting December challenge
Snow-white predators are showing up in unusual numbers in the northeast and around the Great Lakes.
A number of winged creatures will call Minnesota home for the winter. Some tips on finding and attracting these colorful cold-weather residents.
Volunteers are being sought for the annual La Crosse area Christmas Bird Count set for Saturday, Dec. 14.
“Well that is one strange looking Downy Woodpecker,” remarked a friend of mine as we hiked through an old abandoned apple tree grove in Sussex County on a cold November morning. “It’s strange because it is actually a Yellow-bellied ...
Archeological ruins are an unlikely place to sight breeding birds, Professor Ghassan Jaradi, Lebanon’s pre-eminent ornithologist, said, but after several hours one spring day, he managed to identify one nestled in the arch of Tyre’s ancient Roman ...
Birders in New Brunswick are on the lookout for snowy owls.