The Cardinal – one of my favorite birds. Here we get up close with a female and male cardinal sharing their bounty! Male Northern Cardinals know how to shake their tail feathers, and will go to great lengths to attract…
Bird Bath in the Hands

Enjoy – looks like this bird (a jilguero; i.e. goldfinch) has found the next best thing to bathing in the wild! // UN JILGUERO SE BAÑA SOBRE LAS MANOS DE SU DUEÑO. Curioso vídeo compartido por Sí a la caza. Todos…
Anyone for a Green Parrot Patio Cover?

Green Parrots by the hundreds A huge flock of green parrots have returned to one of their favorite feeding grounds, thanks to the helping hand of a gentleman who obviously enjoys the results of his labor of spreading seeds out…
Hawaii’s ‘lo Hawaiian Raptor

Hawaii’s ‘lo Hawk (Hawaiian raptor) has a small population in a shrinking habitat The Hawaiian raptor, known as the ‘lo has a history of being considered royalty and was considered a family or personal god  – “aumakua.” Living only in…

Louisiana’s Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge – home to the beautiful Prothonotary Warbler // “North with the Spring” #13: Riches of the Southern Forests As posted on American Bird Conservancy Blog… May 5, 2015 Blog #13 of my North with…
Hummingbird Family at the Feeder

  // The Hummingbird Project: All The Hummers So many updates. The feeder was really busy today. It’s getting REALLY hard… Source & Photo – Posted by AlexisCoram on Sunday, May 3, 2015 As a reminder, please note that we…
Butterflies and Flowers

// It’s been so cold here in the Mid-Atlantic region that we were inspired to share this lovely summertime image today: It’… Posted by Certified Wildlife Habitat on Friday, November 21, 2014     As a reminder, please note that…
Beautiful Song Birds Heading North in Spring

Song Birds Heading North in Spring For some great articles and wonderful pictures, check out these articles posted on American Bird Conservancy Blog “North with the Spring” #7: Migration Heating Up in Louisiana”   “North with the Spring” #6: Birds…
Greater Sage-Grouse – Spring Tradition

Each spring the sage brush areas of the western U.S. and Canada see the leks filled with strutting male Greater Sage-Grouse birds. Their attempts at attracting a hen are quite unusual to say the least! Check out this short video…
Video: Junco sings

Junco singing to be heard! Posted with the video… The male’s song is a simple musical trill, sometimes likened to the sound of a ringing telephone. Calls include a nasal kew-kew-kew-kew and a buzzy zeet, given during social interactions, and…