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There certainly have been a lot of doings going on at the peregrine falcon nest site at the Telus tower this year.
Last Monday we had a wonderful birding day.
And so it begins. At least it will in a few weeks, but we’re gearing up for the show.
I’m terribly sorry you haven’t heard from me for awhile. The reason for that is simple. I’ve been birding in foreign locales.
I was given another bird book for Christmas — actually I was given two, but who’s counting?
A group of us birders saw a really cool sight last fall.
Calling all birdwatchers! The annual Christmas Bird Count will happen this year on Sunday, Dec. 19.
I learned a new word this week. Well, “learn” is the wrong term: “became reacquainted with” would be better. Plethora!
Last Monday we were coming back from an excellent day of birding and when we reached the city limits we saw a scene straight out of Hitchcock’s The Birds. The sky was filled with black birds heading northwest.
Things are slowing down out there in the avian world. The young have left the nests. The urge to sing has been abandoned in the males so the bushes are quieter than they’ve been for a long time.
Things are now winding down at the TELUS tower with the peregrine falcon family.
Now is the time for ducks to hatch so please watch out for ducks crossing roads.
Baby bird season has begun with the Canada goose goslings starting to hatch. There was a nest that I was driving past almost on a daily basis since April 10.
I just love this time of year. I’m out constantly looking for owl’s nest and trying to find my “firsts of the season.”
It’s getting to be the time of year that I love. The house finch are singing up a storm in our backyard.
On Valentine’s Day, my husband, Larry, and I went on a “date.” Sort of.
Well, it’s that time of the year again. At least it is in the owl world. Otis, the education owl at Medicine River Wildlife Centre, seems to think its spring and is feeling amorous.