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Warbler Season in Wisconsin

Warbler Season in Wisconsin

I’m getting excited! It is warbler season in Wisconsin. Now, many of my friends look at me like I am speaking in a foreign language when I talk about Warblers.

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Snow Bunting Birds Snow Bunting Birds Today, I was finally able to capture snow bunting birds on camera. Snow buntings are birds of the high Arctic.  ...
Dark Eyed Junco Birds At Feeder Dark Eyed Junco Birds At Feeder This month I thought I would change it up a little and give you something to look forward to each Friday. For the rem...
Ducks Rocks Rebar Oh My Ducks Rocks Rebar Oh My Say it quickly with me ducks, rocks, rebar oh my.  This week has been interesting to say the least. It started off traversing...
Double Crested Cormorant Double Crested Cormorant I heard this double crested cormorant was hanging around in Green Bay, Wisconsin this winter. There had been few sightings r...
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Snow Bunting Birds

Snow Bunting Birds In Wisconsin they arrive in late fall to spend the winter with us until March or April.

Snow Bunting Birds

Today, I was finally able to capture snow bunting birds on camera. Snow buntings are birds of the high Arctic.
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Ducks Rocks Rebar Oh My Ducks Rocks Rebar Oh My Say it quickly with me ducks, rocks, rebar oh my.  This week has been interesting to say the least. It started off traversing...
Warbler Season in Wisconsin I'm getting excited! It is warbler season in Wisconsin. Now, many of my friends look at me like I am speaking in a foreign language when I talk about ...
Dark Eyed Junco Birds At Feeder Dark Eyed Junco Birds At Feeder This month I thought I would change it up a little and give you something to look forward to each Friday. For the rem...
The Tree Swallows Have Arrived     The tree swallows have arrived back in Wisconsin. They normally arrive mid-March through first two weeks of April. I was out scout...
Double Crested Cormorant Double Crested Cormorant I heard this double crested cormorant was hanging around in Green Bay, Wisconsin this winter. There had been few sightings r...
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Ducks Rocks Rebar Oh My

Ducks Rocks Rebar Oh My

Say it quickly with me ducks, rocks, rebar oh my.  This week has been interesting to say the least. It started off traversing rocky shoreline, while photographing the diving ducks along the bay. Ended with a black eye and broken camera screens.

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Northern Shoveler Ducks Northern Shoveler Ducks Northern Shoveler ducks are unmistakable in the northern hemisphere visually due to its large spatulate bill.  ...
Walks With Wildlife Walks With Wildlife This week has been a glorious week, the snow is melting and the temperatures are comfortable.  I have resumed my weekly walks w...
Locked on to Female Mallards in Flight Locked on to Female Mallards in Flight Today, is all about the female mallard. Spending some time locked on to female mallards in flight.  Testing ou...
You Stick Out Like A Sore Thumb You Stick Out Like A Sore Thumb Purchase a Print Early spring there isn’t much color, everything is brown with a little green. Bored with the regu...
Sometimes You Just Have to Shoot Seagulls Sometimes You Just Have to Shoot Seagulls Sometimes You Just Have to Shoot Seagulls. I bet I got your attention! Shoot, as in a photograph. The mig...
Drake Common Merganser Drake Common Merganser After walking some trails today at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary,  I sat on a bench around the duck pond for 15 minutes, ther...
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Double Crested Cormorant

Double Crested Cormorant

I heard this double crested cormorant was hanging around in Green Bay, Wisconsin this winter. There had been few sightings reported. I just never saw him, until today.


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You Stick Out Like A Sore Thumb You Stick Out Like A Sore Thumb Purchase a Print Early spring there isn’t much color, everything is brown with a little green. Bored with the regu...
We Have Some New Birds Arriving We Have Some New Birds Arriving Finally, spring is upon us!  We have some new birds arriving and some lingering winter bird visitors still with u...
Dark Eyed Junco Birds At Feeder Dark Eyed Junco Birds At Feeder This month I thought I would change it up a little and give you something to look forward to each Friday. For the rem...
Nose to Nose With a Raccoon Oh my gosh! How darn cute is he? (Picture shared on Instagram) Nose to Nose With a Raccoon I was out laying down in the woods, dressed in brown...
Common Goldeneye Drakes Trying to Impress the Hens Common Goldeneye Drakes Trying to Impress the Hens: The displays that males do to gain a female's attention are impressive. Some, will even make yo...
Locked on to Female Mallards in Flight Locked on to Female Mallards in Flight Today, is all about the female mallard. Spending some time locked on to female mallards in flight.  Testing ou...
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Dark Eyed Junco Birds At Feeder

Dark Eyed Junco Birds At Feeder

Dark Eyed Junco Birds At Feeder

This month I thought I would change it up a little and give you something to look forward to each Friday. For the remainder of February, I will be posting a new bird that is at the feeder. This week’s Friday in February Dark Eyed Junco birds at the feeder.

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Blue Jays Blue Jays In Wisconsin, there are a few birds that when they visit your backyard, you know what they are.  Blue jays are one of those birds. W...
Snow Bunting Birds Snow Bunting Birds Today, I was finally able to capture snow bunting birds on camera. Snow buntings are birds of the high Arctic.  ...
We Have Some New Birds Arriving We Have Some New Birds Arriving Finally, spring is upon us!  We have some new birds arriving and some lingering winter bird visitors still with u...
Ducks Rocks Rebar Oh My Ducks Rocks Rebar Oh My Say it quickly with me ducks, rocks, rebar oh my.  This week has been interesting to say the least. It started off traversing...
Black Crown Night Heron Black Crown Night Heron Black crown night heron are mostly active at night or at dusk. The birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush...
Warbler Season in Wisconsin I'm getting excited! It is warbler season in Wisconsin. Now, many of my friends look at me like I am speaking in a foreign language when I talk about ...