The month of April often feels more like an appetizer than a main course in the world of birding. While we’re well past the late … Read More
Coastal waterbird notes from southern Belize, Fall 2014
We are spoiled in the United States with many concentrated birding efforts taking place throughout fall and spring migration such as hawkwatches, seawatches, Big Sits, … Read More
Pygmy Kingfisher, King Vulture, and more Kites!
Today was another great day of birding in Cattle Landing, Belize. The morning started out great with four new species for me. Early in the … Read More
NC PSO Hatteras Pelagic Trip – Part 1
On August 9-13 the Pennsylvania Society for Ornithology had an out-of-state field trip to the Outer Banks in North Carolina. A total of 35 participants … Read More
Duval County Tickin’
During the last week of June one of my cousins was getting married in Orlando, so I took some time off work on the Eastern … Read More
Photo Study: Sandwich Terns!
One of the most elegant terns on the east coast has got to be the Sandwich Tern. So far this year, I have been lucky … Read More
Starting off 2012 the Florida way….
I managed to end my 2011 year list with 439 species, just a few short of my 2010 total. I added 20 species in the … Read More
Glaucous Gull – Huguenot Memorial City Park, Florida
Anna and I are slowly making our way towards Gainesville, Florida where Anna is starting a job soon. Today we stopped at Huguenot Memorial City … Read More
Common Gulls and Terns of South Africa
I have been spending a lot of time on the coast of South Africa and so have managed to find two species of gull, six … Read More