Yesterday I went birding at the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. I did the five mile auto loop with a friend. We had a number of Bald Eagle sightings. Most abundant were the Snow Geese, White-fronted Geese, American Wigeon, Northern Shovelers, Ring-necked Ducks and Coots. Click read more to see our list of species identified.
Idaho’s mountains host so many birds. Coming from western Washington, I had to buy a book, Birds of Idaho, to help me try to identify those that live here year-round and those that migrate through each spring and fall. I’m still learning. I never considered myself a birder – it seemed such a stodgy hobby […]
On August 18th, my friend E and I ventured to the Eastern Shore of Virginia for a bird watching adventure. Our first stop was at Kiptopeke State Park before continuing to Eastern Shore National Wildlife Refuge and then the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Overlook. I discussed our adventure at Kiptopeke in a previous blog post […]