• The Bird Way: A Book Review

    10 monthes ago - By 10,000 Birds

    One good thing about birding during a pandemic-the forced restrictions on place and time translate into more time to observe what birds do. And so, I've spent the past few weeks observing Black Skimmers doing aerial maneuvers as they skirmish with one another for no discernible reason; young Ospreys building a lopsided nest atop a high school athletic field pole, too sparse for actual nesting but hopefully good practice for next summer; Piping Plover chicks picking grubs out of the mud flat till mama sounds a high-pitched warning note, the signal to run back and nestle safely beneath her...
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