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).
River or coast, the Belted Kingfisher is a fun bird find, but they are also skittish and won’t let you get close. Learn about this bird, its kin and my trials attempting to document them.
Compare 5 of the best monocular optics for birding and decide which has the power and portability to meet your bird-watching needs.
What fascinates people about these unique feathers? What symbolism has attached to the peacock, in history and art?
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.
While the authorities continue to debate, the Lord God Woodpecker remains officially an extinct bird. Review the history, and what has been done just in case the Ivory-billed Woodpecker still lives.
Over 400 species from eagles to endangered chickens to hummers thrive in Central Ohio - you can see them by day or by night. Try a night hike full of bird sightings, stories, and refreshments.
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.
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.
Have you ever wondered how birds find bird friendly yards? Its not by accident. There are a few birds that are feeder finding front line scouts. Learn more here about titmice and chickadees.