Monthly Archives: July 2009

Birds & Brews, Colorado! Delta County.

Birds & Brews Colorado!An informal gathering of birders of all abilities – if you’re interested in birds, you’re invited!While in Cedaredge this past week, I scoped out a location for the next Colorado Birds & Brews. I’ll be back in … Continue reading

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Slogging For Costa Rican Birds – This Ain’t Kansas, Dorothy. Birder of the Year Trip #5

The continuing saga of our WildBird Birder Of The Year Costa Rica Trip. (My eternal and sincere gratitude and thanks to Swarovski Optik and WildBird!) “Bring at least one pair of shoes that you can get TOTALLY wet and muddy. … Continue reading

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Exploring Guanella Pass In Greek

“Give me a word, any word and I will show you that the root of this word will be Greek” On our way home from Cedaredge we took the roundabout way through Montrose so Maggie could have a sandwich from … Continue reading

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Birds & Brews Colorado, Delta!

Birds & Brews Colorado! An informal gathering of birders of all abilities – if you’re interested in birds, you’re invited!While in Cedaredge this past week, I scoped out a location for the next Colorado Birds & Brews. I’ll be back … Continue reading

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Exploring The 10,000 Foot Table, Driving with 12 year olds.

Wednesday, Maggie and I went over to Cedaredge to help my folks de-clutter some and get ready for a yard sale. We took advantage of the location and spent an afternoon on Grand Mesa, the largest mesa in the world … Continue reading

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WingScapes Kestrel Cam!

Here are a few short videos of the Kestrel fledglings and their parents. So cool!

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Stove Prairie Solitude

I had the privilege the other day to visit a good friend in the mountains. My daughter Maggie and I headed up in the morning for a beautiful one hour drive to Carol’s house. When we arrived we found Carol … Continue reading

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A Handful Of Quetzals, Birder Of The Year Trip #4

The continuing saga of our WildBird Birder Of The Year Costa Rica Trip. (My eternal and sincere gratitude and thanks to Swarovski Optik and WildBird!) Quetzals are on everybody’s Costa Rican must get bird list right?They are incredibly beautiful, and … Continue reading

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