Sam Crowe on December 21st, 2019

The beautiful Aplomado Falcon was once extinct in the United States. Re-introduction efforts in far south Texas are being successful. Aplomado falcons are most often seen in pairs. They do not build their own nests, but use stick nests built by other birds. Pairs work together to find prey and flush it from cover. Aplomados […]

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Sam Crowe on December 14th, 2019

The majestic Golden Eagle is not as wide-spread as the better known Bald Eagle, at least in the United States. It is, however, found in Europe and Asia. The Bent Life History Series has this to say about the Golden Eagle. “This magnificent eagle has long been named the King of Birds, and it well […]

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Sam Crowe on December 8th, 2019

The annual Audubon Christmas Bird Counts are now in their 118th year.   The counts are a fun way to get outside and do a little counting for the birds.  All skill levels are invited and there is no cost to participate. Visit the Audubon web site to find a location near you.

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