The options on viewing birds and the pros and cons boils down to your own preference, but your vision will be clearer now with ideas on the subject.
The life of a wildlife photographer is fast-paced, intense, and they are away from their family more than with them. Get a brief idea of what the job really entails and be grateful for their efforts.
As I lay me down to sleep, I pray for earth, her soul to keep. And if she dies before I wake, who will save us, lest forsake?
Don't bite the hand that is kind and relents, for lives sometimes carry with them a Sixth Sense. Treat others as you wish to be treated, Don't allow guilt to be deep seated.
If we lose our friends today, Life will end for us all, anyway. Aid me in my quest today, Protect them all for life to remain.
It can take decades to get to see all the warblers in the United States, but it can take less than that if you go birding in Payne County, Oklahoma. See what there is to offer here.
Oklahoma has the skies and the high point on Mount Scott, so why travel all the way to Hawk Mountain in PA or Hawk Ridge in Duluth, MN when you can see plenty of hawks here?
Hot off the presses, the story and life of the typical Baltimore Oriole, part of Deb Hirt's "Beautiful Bird Series."
This is the end of the line for John Dillinger, and a few things for you to think about.
Little Bohemia turned into real mess, for the Wanatka family, the FBI, and everyone else that encountered the Dillinger gang. Here's the rest of the story in 1934 living history.
It was intense at Little Bohemia Lodge in Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin when the Dillinger Gang was there. They knew that they were being watched and the proprietor had underworld dealings in the past.
The heat is getting closer and closer every day for the Dillinger Gang. One of these days, the police will captures them...
The New Dillinger Gang Finds the Security National Bank and Trust Company in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
There are a couple of sizable bank robberies in this segment, including actual film footage of one of the robberies. Take a look at American history as it was filmed in 1934.
Dillinger just goes from one place to another and gets out whenever he wants to do so. Is he Houdini, or just plain lucky?
Ever see lawmen and several states fight for the likes of someone like this? It gets down and dirty, especially with corruption involved.
Tucson really wasn't a good place to be. Now if only they had listened to little Mary Kinder when she said something...
This is the time period where John Dillinger was officially listed as the leader of the former "Pierpont Gang." Let's see what kind of messes they have been getting involved in.
Here's the full story of the Dillinger Gang's Escape from Dayton Prison. Now all they have to do is get John Dillinger out, who was just arrested and put in there.
When you can rob ten banks in three weeks, maybe you're getting a little cocky and feeling a little invincible. A lot of things happened, not all of them good.
As soon as we get through Dillinger's learning curve, we'll see things get a little more professional. Until then, they're lucky that they made it this far.
Now we start to get into the meat-and-potatoes for what John Dillinger was being groomed to be...
Even as a youth, Dillinger learned what it was like to be on the wrong side of the tracks. Was he destined for a future of crime? You bet he was!
The final days of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker. As much trouble as they caused, they never had time to fire a single shot, for they never saw the ambush coming.
There is still plenty of activity in the Case of the Barrow Gang. It seems that they never stop, and are more powerful than a train. Hear more about them.
The Barrow Gang has put on some serious miles for two years and become well known all over the country. How did they do it?
Very few were aware of it, but former ex-Texas Ranger, Frank Hamer was hired to apprehend Clyde and Bonnie. He collected his information silently, and even lived just like the outlaws.
The clock is ticking for Clyde and Bonnie. Buck is now dead, and they are still lucky enough to get away. It has taken its toll on them, and for kids just barely in their 20's, they are aging fast.
Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker's clocks are ticking. The time is getting closer to the inevitable end. Clyde Barrow always said that he would end up gone, but not forgotten.
Here is another part of the adventures of Bonnie and Clyde for your reading enjoyment. It is an amazing story, and it is a wonder that they even made it this far. But there is still more to come.
Bumbling Bandits was an understatement. Everything that Clyde did seemed to never come out right, but if nothing else, they sure managed to get out of hot water and run to freedom for two years.
Learn the true facts about Bonnie and Clyde, their criminal exploits, their friends and families, as well as what they liked to do for hobbies. This is one segment of several.
The story of Edward Lee King, a serial rapist from Seattle. He ruined a number of lives and it took him years to be captured. When he finally was arrested, the story wasn't over. It took an investigative reporter to...
Russia also had its share of serial murderers, just like any other country. He was executed in 1994. He was not the only Russian that had a proclivity to this kind of crime.
Here is a bit of the history of the Barrow Gang and a few photos to show you then current clothing and the cars. Now tell me: were they just robbers or serial killers?
In the 1980's, California was not immune to problems, but they seemed to compound themselves during that decade. Here is a true story of a young man that quickly took the road to ruin and hit the point of no return.
Phillip Jablonski was doomed from his birth. What made him a serial killer?
Someone that doesn't want to be found can compound matters by changing his appearance. This was the case with the serial killer, Darren Dee O'Neall. Step within to learn the basic details.
This article tells you exactly how to make a good old-fashioned fruitcake. These will make your mouth water, for they are complete with pictures. Have fun!
This article will give you the basics on growing almond trees, as well as a few stellar recipes that are perfect for the holidays.
This is a lesson on how to handle the deer that you just bagged from start right through to butchering it. You can do it with these instructions.
This is not a fictional story, it is true. The man depicted here is one of the most diabolical, fiendish and evil creatures that one could ever hope to meet. He made Ed Gein seem like a schoolboy. Come experience...
Here are some dessert breads from yesteryear. They will make a wonderful addition to your holiday meals this season. If you want a blast from the past, give these a try.
Today's topic is how to grow horseradish and what to make with it. Learn how to be more self-sufficient by making and growing it yourself.
Everything that you need to know to grow and fashion your own brooms. These will last longer than what you can find at the grocery store or department store, guaranteed. Make it yourself, and you know where it comes...
If you choose to do so, here is how to grow your own quinoa. It can be grown here in the U.S. and is similar to growing wheat.
This will answer some questions on the Common Raven, and you will see what a great looking bird this is. Come and enjoy.
Is there more to collecting stamps than just saving pretty stamps? You bet there is, and here is an overview, plus a few photographic examples from Deb Hirt.
Here's a comparison on the Eastern and Western Kingbirds. See the similarities and the differences, as well as the Photos of Deb Hirt to illustrate the piece.
This is guaranteed to please the most discriminating palate. I promise you that once you make these for your holiday dinner, your guests will want more. Might I suggest a hefty price for the secret?
Here's a look at the Oklahoma state bird, the Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher, along with Deb Hirt's one of a kind photos. Come take a walk with her into the world of this beautiful bird.
Young Owls Commonly Fall Out of Trees. Here's How They Are Returned to Their Homes by Rehabilitators