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  • Feeders provide window to wildlife

    03/23/17 ,via Thousand Oaks Acorn

    FOR THE BIRDS—While feeders seem like a nice way to watch small birds as they eat, bigger birds and other critters also appreciate a free meal and may crowd out the sparrows and finches the feeder was meant for. It's really something to watch an

  • Reflections: There, but for the feathers, goes ...

    03/23/17 ,via Harvard Press

    Beyond bully, the starling seems truly evil. Maybe because starlings travel in gangs, and their swarm of black is intimidating. There were three on the feeder at one time, their all-black, large bodies spread out to completely block the feeder from

  • Redpoll comes calling to feeders

    03/23/17 ,via Town Line

    Like I do every Saturday morning during the winter, I stand at my kitchen window, while I'm waiting for the Keurig to brew my first cup of coffee, and watch the bird feeders. The usual cast of characters come and go. However, last Saturday, I caught a

  • Birding: Taking to Costa Rica like a bird on the wing

    03/19/17 ,via Press Herald

    The lodge staff also puts out fruit on a large feeder to attract birds. The highlight was the diversity of tanagers, each seemingly more colorful and beautiful than the next. You can get an idea of the colors from the names: blue-gray tanager, blue-and

  • Column: Why are cats allowed to run at large?

    03/20/17 ,via LaSalle News Tribune

    Besides doing what I have to do at that time of the morning, I also check out the window by the bird feeder, and there they are, two big fat raccoons just eating their hearts out. They have come back after a year of taking a vacation. Probably went to

Books

  • My First Bird Book and Bird Feeder

    Workman Publishing. 2017. ISBN: 9780761165996,0761165991. 112 pages.

    Discover over 30 fascinating backyard birds in this full-color illustrated field guide.

  • The Ultimate Birdfeeder Handbook

    New Holland Publishers. 2006. ISBN: 1845372514,9781845372514. 128 pages.

    Provides information for anyone wanting to recognize and identify the birds that visit their garden. This book offers visual advice on how to attract birds to your garden, types of food to put out, which bird feeders and nestboxes to go for, and what to do with seemingly 'lost' baby birds. It includes annotated illustrations to aid in recognition.

  • Lebow at Large

    Lulu.com. ISBN: 9780557354252,0557354250.
  • A Field Guide to Feeder Birds

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 2017. ISBN: 061805944X,9780618059447. 106 pages.

    Provides advice on how to set up and stock a bird feeder, and fend off squirrels and predators, and offers information on identifying and feeding birds that visit feeders in eastern and central Canada and the United States.

  • At Home and at Large in the Great Plains: Essays and Memories

    Lulu.com. 2015. ISBN: 9781609620707,1609620704. 172 pages.

    These fourteen essays originally appeared in Prairie Fire, a monthly newspaper that for seven years has carried important messages of social, environmental, and economic issues to residents of Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado, and South Dakota, and subscribers in the rest of the world. They discuss the North American east-west ecological boundaries, spring migration events, bird feeders, feathered survivors of a glacial past, the threatened sharp-tailed grouse, the effects of climate change, some...









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Tufted Titmouse
A little gray bird with an echoing voice, the Tufted Titmouse is common in eastern deciduous forests and a frequent visitor to feeders. The large black eyes, small, round bill, and brushy crest gives these birds a...
Photo by Jack W. Pearce on Flickr
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Black-capped Chickadee
This tiny bird has a short neck and large head, giving it a distinctive, rather spherical body shape. It also has a long, narrow tail and a short bill a bit thicker than a warbler’s but thinner than a finch’s. The...
Photo by Jack W. Pearce on Flickr
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Pine Siskins on the Feeder
Sorry for the bad lighting, but here they are. The Pine Siskins have arrived in large numbers at Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve, Hillsboro, Oregon. Many will winter over here.
Photo by born1945 on Flickr