It is one of those birds that sneak under the radar for just about everyone. At about six inches and staying well tucked away in bushes, prickly thickets, and woodland, it is found in just about every spot except for marshes and downtown Cape May. Having said that, the White-eyed Vireo is easy to walk […]
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Aren’t Ospreys, or “Fish Hawks” great?
If you look up into the sky on a beautiful fall day you will typically see squadrons of medium-sized black and white birds flying over. Dozens, hundreds, sometimes thousands, of these round-winged beauties steam overhead with steady wingbeats. They reach the water and clog up the airways as they decide whether they want to chance […]
As I have got older in life, I have begun to realize just what an impact our history has on shaping how we act and think, even today in this era of information. Although America is a young country, it has quite a rich history in regard to birds. When I first arrived in 1985, […]