Monthly Archives: October 2011

My Take on The Crossley ID Guide

Can I just say I flat-out love this book? Far too heavy to carry in the field in my opinion, but oh what value this book has to birders of all skill levels. In the very front of the book … Continue reading

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Princeton U Press New Facebook Page Giveaways

Princeton University Press is celebrating their new Facebook page for birds and all other things in nature by giving away posters and signed copies of The Crossley ID Guide. Richard Crossley has now spoken at well over 20 societies and … Continue reading

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Ptarm Again

Being able to find Ptarmigan and spend time with them is marvelous. As far as I could tell, this was the Big Daddy of the group I found. He was not the least concerned with my presence, but I didn’t … Continue reading

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November 19th Bird Walk Social, Loveland, CO.

Hey folks, My November bird walk in Loveland is going to be at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch! We will meet at the Hilltop parking lot – across the river and up the hill on the right – at 8:30 a.m. … Continue reading

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My Favorite Post on The Big Year Movie

Enjoy: Birds, Birders, and Birding in The Big Year: What We Noticed

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Ptarmigan Time

Living less than an hour from Rocky Mountain National Park is an extreme privilege. Living 75 minutes from high mountain tundra is freakin’ amazing, and I try to partake as often as I can. I’ve always preferred wide open spaces … Continue reading

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Are YOU Ready For Winter?

This gal is.

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