OH my gosh, what an amazing spring and summer it has been birding from the vantage point in and around our cabin. It seems like each year I see a little more, I learn a lot more and it feels like I am Read on! →
I promised to upload this video from a while back of two grackles having a great time in a fountain, sorry it has taken me so long. This was taken earlier this year while I was on vacation in Puerto Read on! →
With over 350 species of birds, Saskatchewan is a solid destination for birding activities. That seems to be ringing true throughout the chilly winter months and is evident even in my backyard. As I learn more and more techniques for Read on! →
So after a couple of days in Uganda I know a couple of things to be true: 1. It is hot here and I hear we are just coming off of the winter season. 2. There are a lot of Read on! →
Fall is clearly upon us. Leaves turning and landing on the ground, brisk mornings and the absence of my fine, feathered friends have been noted. This will likely be my last bird post of the season as the steady exit Read on! →
Goldfinches, cedar waxwings and downy woodpeckers, oh my!
Here are a bunch of sweet little tweets to view ~ enjoy!! Oh and be sure to look out for the Northern Yellow Shafted Flicker – my first time seeing one!
Ok, it’s official, Saskatchewan birding is awesome!! I love being a new birder and learning all about neat birdy behaviours! There is so much to learn though. I was told today that I really need to travel up north and Read on! →
Welcome to my new post on bird sightings from the spring and summer time here in Saskatchewan. Most of these sightings have taken place en route to or at our family cabin. Our cabin is located on the north end Read on! →