Category Archives: Bird Watching

Sandhill Crane Migration

We witnessed a sandhill crane migration this morning.  These birds flew rather crazy, kind of in a circular pattern and I don’t know why.  It  seems a very inefficient way of getting from point A to point B.  They made … Continue reading

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Our backyard birds and birdsongs

At Birdjam, I was able to find audioclips of our backyard birds. And yes, we’ve been attracting these beauties since we started our backyard habitat. Songs of the Northern Cardinal Song of the American Robin baby robin Song of American … Continue reading

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Baby robin update

I’ve been trying for about 2 years to get a great photo of the baby robins in our nest underneath our deck. I finally gotten a great shot with our new camera. It’s feeding time and here’s the mama (or … Continue reading

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