Posted October 12, 2019 by Ron Callari

One might assume by the title of this blog, I'm referencing the political implications of this country. Yes politicians have been chastised as "animals," but that topic is better addressed by political organizations.

Posted October 4, 2019 by Laurie Kay Olson

This is one of the most unusual sightings in the world -- Saint Francis of Assisi meeting with a cardinal.

 

Posted September 20, 2019 by Ron Callari

Perhaps you've seen a change in bird populations right in your own backyard. Perhaps your bird-feed seems to last a lot longer than it did in the past.

Posted September 19, 2019 by Myra Per-Lee

The news that there are severe declines in certain bird populations in North America is both scary and shocking. But there are things that individuals can do to help these declines....

Posted September 10, 2019 by Laurie Kay Olson

This beautiful snowy egret was captured in mid flight. For some reason I always thought of birds as tucking up their legs, but I suppose this creates less drag aerodynamically.

Posted September 7, 2019 by Laurie Kay Olson

It is no surprise that albino ruby-throated hummingbirds are rare. What is surprising is that one turned up in the backyard of the Gutka family in Chardon Township Ohio. Not only did they actually see the white bird, they also managed to capture it on video. The world of bird watching has been humming about it ever since -- and who could blame them?

Posted September 7, 2019 by Laurie Kay Olson

One of the best things about wildlife photography is that it can capture moments for us that we would never be able to see with the eye alone. Case in point is this beautiful silhouette of a hummingbird in flight.

Posted September 5, 2019 by Laurie Kay Olson

It's amazing to think how much importance this common little house wren plays in the ecosystem. It eats insects that could run out of control without the help of birds.