Bullock’s Oriole video

Drew WeberBirding, Identification, Photography, Rarities4 Comments

Digiscoping video with my phone is proving to be a great way to document rarities. I think that seeing a bird in natural motion takes some of the trickiness out of identification because it is not just a frozen moment in time. With still photography we don’t know whether the feathers are laying naturally, or if the sun’s angle is … Read More

Bullock’s Oriole – Huntingdon County, PA

Alex LamoreauxBird Feeding, Bird Finding Tips, Bird Sightings, Birding, Chase, General News and Info, Listing, Photography, Ranges and Distributions, Rarities5 Comments

About a week and a half ago, Jim Hamilton noticed an oriole coming in to his bird feeders. He sent photos around to other Huntingdon and Centre County birders and we agreed that the bird looked good for a female Bullock’s Oriole – an oriole that takes over for the Baltimore Oriole in the western half of the country. This … Read More