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American Goldfinch
Roger Gosden Musing … · 02:47 23 Jun 2021
Photo: Inge Curtis Not hard to imagine a common ancestor of American and European goldfinches managed to make the hazardous passage across the Atlantic to found a colony on the other side… Read More
American Robin
Roger Gosden Musing … · 22:01 15 Jun 2021
Photo: Inge Curtis Early colonists in North America who felt homesick called some of the birds they saw by the names of those they grew up with 3,000 miles away—blackbirds, goldfinc… Read More
Common Tern
Roger Gosden Musing … · 22:31 08 Jun 2021
Photo: Inge Curtis Bird-lovers and conservationists waited anxiously if a colony of some 25,000 seabirds would adopt an alternative base for breeding in May 2020. The south island where t… Read More
Roger Gosden Musing … · 22:29 01 Jun 2021
Photo: Inge Curtis Last week Great Blues and now great whites, colonial nesters in the same locality. The Great Egret is a summer resident that catches the eye in flight, its extraordinar… Read More
Joyfully Green · 10:00 27 May 2021
Hello, friends! I'm popping in for a rare blog update because I've got some BIG changes to share with you. Here they are, in a handy nutshell: As more and more people get vaccinated (hooray… Read More
Roger Gosden Musing … · 22:16 25 May 2021
Photo: Inge Curtis Normally solitary, I see Great Blues poised on the banks of saltmarsh, staring into the creek at a respectful distance from the next neighbor. Occasionally one lands by… Read More
Roger Gosden Musing … · 21:54 18 May 2021
Photo: Inge Curtis Downies are the smallest and cutest of eight species of ‘peckers in south-east Virginia. Inge captured this picture of a male downy at a food bank. It hammered su… Read More