Monthly Archives: October 2015

Yellow-rumpeds and a Bald Eagle

This past weekend was busy to start but died down quickly.  Mike and I headed to Southwestway Park to see if we could pick up any migrants.  We parked cars at each end of the park allowing us to walk the … Continue reading

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A Sad Story

I was really glad to see Palm Warblers at a couple of different locations this past Sunday. Because if I hadn’t seen them it would have led to one of those birding dilemmas. I have missed several of the migratory … Continue reading

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An Easy Weekend

With the weekend being sandwiched between weeks of traveling for work, last Saturday I looked forward to an easy morning of walking and enjoying the outdoors.  Since sparrows should be moving through and since hunting isn’t allowed there, I headed to … Continue reading

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Deja Vu from 2000 Miles

Dictionary.com describes deja vu as ” the illusion of having previously experienced something actually being encountered for the first time.” I know while birding I have experienced this many times. Often when birding the local patch and seeing a familiar … Continue reading

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Can’t Get a Break

One never knows when the day begins how it is going to turn out.  Most days are the same. Uneventful.  We go through the day doing the same thing without much deviation. You see the same neighbors fly by that … Continue reading

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I’m Glad the Birdglimpsing Season is Over

This might seem sacrilegious on a birding blog, but I’m glad fall migration is about over. I’ll miss viewing the vireos, thrushes, and shorebirds as they move through. But not warblers. It’s not that I can’t ID warblers. That’s not the problem. … Continue reading

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