Most of us remember the Roadrunner, Wile E. Coyote cartoons. Now learn some interesting and true facts and information on the real roadrunner bird, (Geococcyx californianus).
Antarctica is the only place that Waterfowl are not found. Ducks, geese, and swans roam from the oceans to desert and Artic to the tropics. Watching birds has been a favorite for quite a long time.
Birds need food in their diet other than only seeds at feeders, each species eats in different ways. Here I show and explain several of those methods and some birds use those.
The Great White Egret is a beautiful and fascinating bird. Learn more about this fascinating bird and why it almost went extinct in the late 19th century.
Birdhouses are beautiful and are great active ways to benefit birds. Are you ready for that step? These are some of the things you need to know and consider before hosting your local birds.
This is part 4 of a 5 part hands-on unit on zoology. Create an egg model, make edible nests, test out various types of beaks, compare bird bones with mammal bones, examine various feathers, dissect a gizzard, sing a...
That Mexican Eagle you see flying about Texas is not actually an eagle. Read about this unique bird and its life.
The resplendent quetzal is a vibrantly colored bird characterized by the long tail feathers of the males. Learn the facts about the quetzal.
The Hoopoe, Upupa Epops, the only extant bird of its species, migrates to Europe in Spring to nest and breed. Description of a chance sighting in a French garden, including information and interesting cultural and...
Houston and other cities across North America have become hosts to colonies of free-ranging peafowl over the years. They are considered domestics, but may carve out a place as a recognized wild bird.