North American Birds
NC is home to at least 8 species of woodpeckers. These birds are brilliantly colored and many are easy to attract into your back yard.
Owls are nocturnal mysterious denizens of the night, sometimes heard but rarely seen. Learn how to identify an owl by sight or sound.
All animals have a kindred and symbolic connection to each and every one of us. Some are stronger than others depending upon who we are, where we come from and where we are going in this journey of life. However, we...
The American crow though intelligent, mischievous and resourceful, many people love to hate this bird. Learn why?
What tragedies struck down five once common species of bird in the USA within living memory? This article will tell you the winding and heart wrenching tale of the hard lessons we have all learned taking nature for...
A look at three of North Carolina's most beloved blue colored birds.
The Carolina Wren is an iconic bird of North Carolina backyards. The small birds make one of the biggest sounds in the birding world.
The Brewers Blackbird is the reigning avian King of parking lots and food courts across America. Unfortunately, in certain parts of its range the bird's numbers are mysteriously reducing.
The Rock Ptarmigan of the Arctic Tundra, stunning in its white winter camouflage feathers, is uniquely adapted to its harsh environment - even the feet of the "snow chicken" work like snowshoes!
An article that shows the history and other topics related to avian conjunctivitis as it relates to American goldfinches through the lens of an amateur bird watcher.
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