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Barred Owl Fun Facts:
The Barred Owl (Strix Varia) is one of the larger owl species, relative size is somewhere between a Crow and a Goose.
They have very dark brown eyes; most owls have yellow eyes.
It’s standard call is probably one of the most recognizable, sounding like “Who cooks for you?”.
By offering a variety of feeders and bird food, you will have the best chance to attract the most birds to your yard. Here’s a list of five fun bird feeders for under $25.
Thanksgiving 2020 is upon us. In this crazy year, there is still something you can be thankful for, no matter how small. With that in mind, here are my top ten Thanksgiving Photo Ideas for 2020.
What is the difference between a Blue Heron and a Great Blue Heron?
The Blue Heron’s proper name is actually the Little Blue Heron. They are much smaller in size, darker gray overall with a purple-maroon head. Unlike the Great Blue Heron, they do not have a yellow bill or dark plumage and crown.
Bald Eagles have been active at the Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge. Here are some photos.
There are a number of things that you can do to help backyard birds in the winter and enjoy watching them!
Providing shelter for your favorite backyard birds doesn’t have to be expensive or elaborate. The birds will just be happy to have a place to rest. Here are are few simple homemade wooden birdhouse ideas and and easy DIY plan.
Bird Seed Chart for Common Winter Backyard Birds. What to feed birds in winter. Common Winter Birds and their seed preferences.
Over the past couple of years, we have been fortunate to observe Sandhill Cranes at the Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge. This morning, I observed one of them carrying on with a heavy limp.
So what’s so great about bird watching? It may look weird and boring to some, but there are actually a ton of benefits to bird watching, some that may surprise you!