New Year Birding

Tim HealyBirding, Listing, RaritiesLeave a Comment

Year listing is one of the most popular traditions in the world of birding. The annual cycle of seasons is felt especially strongly by those of us who immerse ourselves in the world of birds, and each new year brings a new set of chances to enjoy unforgettable experiences. On behalf of the whole Nemesis Bird team, I’d like to … Read More

Deceased Long-tailed Duck undergoes a makeover

Nathan GoldbergGeneral News and Info, Science2 Comments

This past weekend, my friend Steve Huggins texted me a photo of an adult male Long-tailed Duck he had found off of Lake Michigan near North Avenue Beach. He knows I worked at the Field Museum, and said it was all mine if I wanted to pick it up. The next day (Sunday, March 2nd), my mom and I headed … Read More

Snow-birding with Gus

Alex LamoreauxBird Feeding, Bird Sightings, Birding, General News and Info, Photography3 Comments

Snow has been falling non-stop since last evening here in Hershey, PA where my parents live. We now have about 4.5 inches on the ground. Earlier this afternoon, I took my dog Gus out for a walk through the field, swamp, and forest edge to see what birds we could stir up. Gus is a Brittany and loves being out, … Read More

Now it’s December.

Alex LamoreauxBird Finding Tips, Bird Sightings, Birding, Migration, Photography, Trip ReportsLeave a Comment

Not too long ago it was October 30th – Hurricane Sandy was ripping through PA and we were chasing storm birds like crazy. Then when we had time in November, we went on a 5 day birding trip and then did some PA rarity chases. Now all of a sudden, it’s December. I figured it would be a good idea … Read More