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Birders Start Young
Alaska RV Adventre (1st of 5 posts)
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Purposeful Infanticide?
Remembering Hurricane Camille (In 4 Parts)
High Fives to an “Awesome” Birder
500 Bird Milestone
Tame (and Dead) Robins
Pater Noster
“Greetings,” You’ve Been Drafted - (In 4 Parts)
How Mary Lou Became a Birder
Why It’s Called Medical "Practice"
Havasupai Reservation Adventure (In 4 Parts)
Finally, I Am Married to a Birdwatcher!
Habitats and Inhabitants
Chicken Killer
Discovering Birds

Crops & Clips: Flashback to June, 2014
What a thrill to be looking back three years to June, 2014. It was a very active month. As usual I will search my archives...

Crops and Clips - Signs of spring

Making time for birding

Crops & Clips: March, 2014

Crops & Clips: Flashback to February, 2014

Foggy mornings and blurry bird photos

An old Moon and a new bird

As usual, at about a half hour before sunrise, I started out into the local wetlands.  Normally Mary Lou
February 16, 2017

Crops & Clips: Morning Herons

We were out early as usual this week, about 25 minutes before sunrise. Also as usual, I was only halfway
February 9, 2017

Crops & Clips: Flashback to February, 2014

While remembering events in February, three years ago, I was able to find photos depicting some favorite
February 2, 2017

A not-so Short-tailed Hawk

On a stormy morning, a sunbeam seems to be directed at the entrance gate to our local birding patch (click
January 26, 2017

Random back yard visions

Rainbow from our back patio: Our next door neighbor's pet goes for a doggie paddle: A Tricolored
January 19, 2017

As the fog lifts

We have had several foggy mornings here in south Florida. High humidity coupled with lower temperatures and
January 13, 2017

Crops & Clips: Flashback to January, 2014

I decided to keep playing the "game" of reviewing my monthly photo archives from three years ago,
January 5, 2017

Birds and beauty of 2016

Celebrating the New Year by mining the archives for some memories of 2016 January-- Sky: Stormy sunrise
December 29, 2016

Rice-paper egrets on a foggy morning

It was a morning when you could truly "see what you were breathing." Fog shrouded the local
December 22, 2016

Long-legged bird beauties
Gray skies can sometimes be a blessing for bird photographers, as they produce less glare and fewer shadows
December 15, 2016

Birding under a mirrored sunrise

Crops & Clips: Flashback to December, 2013


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