Over the 30 months or so I’ve been writing this blog, I’ve covered a lot of ground – quite literally – and it’s getting trickier to know how to find older entries. This is the first step to improving that.
I’d like to highlight some posts and categories you might like to read. Let me start with my book review of “North American Owls“.
I have regular series on “What Bird Wednesday” and “Feathers on Friday” – check them out.
Also look at the Categories section on the right hand side – you may need to scroll down to see it.
You won’t be surprised that a bird blogger likes to get out and see birds, so let me show you some of my favourite trip reports. Maybe you’ve seen the movie “The Big Year”? Well this year I did a “Big Day“.
We’re fortunate enough to live close to the southern end of the Snowy Owl’s winter range; find out what happened on our Snowy Owl Hunt! And whenever – and wherever – we travel, I enjoy nature. One of my Birding Trips is reported on here.
I’m grateful for all the people who have helped me as a birder, and wrote about some other things why in my series “The Twelve Days of Christmas“. Other posts in the series can be found using the ‘Search’ box at the top right of this page.
One way we can give back to birds and the wider environment is through the(formorly Baillie) Great Canadian Birdathon. Read about how I raised just over $1,000 doing what I love to do!
I also like to consider and examine the birds, in such posts as “Perplexing Plumage” and “The Birds are Back!“.
I’d love to know what you think of my blog. Find out more about me and leave your thoughts there or on any post. Thanks for visiting!