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Ask The Tanager
August 21, 2017
August 16, 2017
July 12, 2017
Oystercatchers! A Delaware Trip
May 29, 2017
Monticello Park visits
May 17, 2017
April 20, 2017
Today was a great day for nature observations!
First, I saw a hummingbird in my yard for the first time! It went to the milkweeds and the Cardinal Flo...
Walkerton CBC - Kestrels, Ross's Geese, and more!
January 6, 2017
Just a few minutes ago I got to see the climax of the solar eclipse! Where I live, 80% of the sun was covered. With my eclipse glasses and my pinhole...
September 6, 2016
Last Monday, I went with my bird club to band birds at Waples Mill Meadow Park. We started early and walked through the grass to set up nets. Several birds flew into the net throughout the morning.
It was pretty foggy in the morning.
One of the first cool birds - an Eastern Wood-Pewee.
Common Yellowthroat in the net
Official Portrait of the Common Yellowthroat
Brown Thrasher preening in the tree
Juvenile Cardinal. After we banded it, I took it over the meadow to where we had caught it, in a paper bag. That was so it's parents could find it.
We caught a Ruby-throated Hummingbird in the net! We didn't get to band it because it escaped a few seconds after it flew in. I saw it fly in and get out.
A Song Sparrow we caught. Notice where it's head is.
The same Song Sparrow. In the other picture, his body was in a totally different position, but his head has the same orientation!
Pearl Crescent Butterfly
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