The calendar shows that it is officially spring! This means it is time to prepare for spring migration.
When you think of Las Vegas, bird watching may not be one of the first things that comes to mind.
Our last few days in Costa Rica involved more travel time and less birding.
Leaving the central, high-elevation volcanic region of Costa Rica, we headed east over the Continental Divide and entered the Caribbean lowland habitat.
The Jay’s Bird Barn/Prescott Audubon tour of Costa Rica began on Wednesday, Feb. 14, and I arrived two days earlier to do some birding on my own.
Last week I wrote about my experience seeing a snowy owl in Odessa, Texas.
I usually divide our customers into two categories — those whom I affectionately refer to as ‘casual backyard birders,’ and those whom I call ‘field birders.’
One of the most abundant bird species in the West is the common raven.
The winter storm we had this past weekend provoked a flurry of emails from customers concerned for the hummingbirds in their yards.
This week, I received an email from a customer with the following statement in the subject line, “The bees are back.”