Adirondack Adventures

Tim HealyBird Finding Tips, Bird Sightings, Birding, Butterflies and Moths, eBird, Mammals, Science, Trip ReportsLeave a Comment

New York is home to an impressively diverse array of natural habitats. The Empire State’s various ecoregions run the gamut from the beaches and marshes of Long Island to the grasslands and high peaks near the Canadian border. The Adirondack Mountains are perhaps the wildest, most distinct region of the state, representing the southern edge of the boreal forest biome … Read More

Circleville Park, Centre County, PA

Anna FasoliBird Sightings, Birding, Trip Reports3 Comments

While driving to Scotia Barrens to look for warblers this September, I repeatedly drove by Circleville Park thinking, “I should really stop there.” The park is between Circleville Road and Valley Vista Drive, and accessed from either road. It park has various sports fields and a playground, and in the warmer months it always seemed to be full of people. … Read More

Eastern Bluebirds at Heated Water Bath

Drew WeberBird Feeding, Bird Sightings5 Comments

Bob Schutsky asked me to post these photos with the following caption. On Saturday I mentioned that we had five Eastern Bluebirds coming to our heated bird bath here in Peach Bottom, Lancaster County.  We were not able to photograph this current flock, but attached are some photos taken about five years ago at the exact same location and bird … Read More

Banding at the Bald Eagle Birding Festival

Drew WeberBanding1 Comment

Today I spent the day banding with Emily at the Bald Eagle State Park Birding Festival. We set up at 7am for the dedicated few who made it to the park at such an early hour and then decided to keep the nets open for the day because the festival activities mostly started at 4pm. We ended up with over … Read More