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.”
This past Saturday, I drove for almost two hours to reach my birding destination—a cattle tank in the Santa Maria Mountains, northwest of Prescott.
Last week I wrote about my experience birding in the Granite Basin area as part of the Prescott Audubon Society’s annual Christmas Bird Count.
Last week I participated in the Prescott Audubon Society’s annual Christmas Bird Count.
Earlier this week, I took the Jay’s Birds Barn truck down to Mesa for service.
Over the last several months, I have been working on creating a new bird feeding area in my yard—moving it from the back to the front yard.