Sparrows by the Seaside

Alex Lamoreauxphoto study2 Comments

Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge is my ‘new’ local patch, at least now that I am living in Delaware for the fall. The refuge is only a few miles from my house, and fellow Nemesis Birder Tim Shreckengost and I have been visiting as often as possible. This refuge is a hotspot for viewing Seaside Sparrows, and this past week … Read More

Friendly Peregrine

Alex LamoreauxBirding, Trip ReportsLeave a Comment

It’s not every day that you hear the words ‘friendly’ and ‘Peregrine’ in the same sentence, but if you haven’t heard already there is a ridiculously tame and cooperative immature Peregrine Falcon hanging out towards the back end of the Edwin B. Forsythe NWR’s Wildlife Auto Loop. Refuge staff have said that it isn’t one of the locally-hatched birds as … Read More

National Wildlife Refuge Week eBird Challenge!

Tim SchreckengosteBird, Science2 Comments

OK bird nerds, now that everyone knows how to look like a cool birder (if you don’t, follow these 12 steps), there is a new challenge that involves prizes. Interested? Read on. National Wildlife Refuge Week, October 13-19, is just around the corner. There is at least ONE refuge in every state (check out this link to find one near … Read More