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They’re Back!

For some migratory reason, the bounty of birds I saw flowing through our back yard during the summer of 2015 prettyView full post »

“Doggies on the Catwalk”

On June 4, 2016, Atlanta’s Shops Buckhead provided a stylish and high-energy backdrop for this year’sView full post »

Spring Fashion Statements

It’s spring 2016 and my back yard birds are, well, back. This is only my second year paying attention to birdsView full post »

Awash in Robins

Does this look appetizing? It is one of a never-ending series of meals we’ve been observing  being delivered toView full post »

Hawks’ Interaction a Mystery

The source of the commotion was unmistakable. Some screaming hawks were nearby so I grabbed the nearest,View full post »

Ohmygosh! More Herons!

OK, I admit it. I’m fascinated by herons and this website is full of them. Here are some spotted in SouthView full post »

Hawks and an Owl, Up Close

Volunteers at the Center for Birds of Prey in Awendaw, South Carolina give visitors a chance to observe and photographView full post »

Flights of Fancy

Photographing flying birds can be challenging. The longer the focal length of the lens, the tougher it can be. OneView full post »

A Guilty Pleasure

On a wonderfully warm, recent day, I strayed from the main path and tour crowds visiting a South CarolinaView full post »

Disparate Shoremates

In no way similar, two bird two species recently shared the same stretch of boardwalk at the Pitt Street Bridge in Mt.View full post »

Another Day at Shem Creek

Returning to Mount Pleasant’s Shem Creek  a few days later (please see previous post) was a very chilly butView full post »

Charleston Birds in February

Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina’s Shem Creek Park has a 2,200 foot-long boardwalk that offers a splendid opportunityView full post »