For my PhD dissertation at University of Delaware in Doug Tallamy's lab, I studied bird-insect food webs, and a part of that project entailed crowd-sourcing images of North American birds eating arthropod prey. Althouh I technically defended a
I have been checking on birding in Korea or nearby before next year's Congress. I won't bore you with all the details (contact me if you want the details), but August is not ideal for birding in Korea -- a little too early for migrant shorebirds, et
We're finally thawing out here in Minnesota. I've been waiting since February for signs of spring. Yesterday I heard a robin and today I saw a killdeer in our parking lot. It won't be long now and we'll see geese standing on the ice in the wetlands!
I just joined this group - before the meeting got into full swing, we went birding up at Torrey Pines State Park (rarest tree in North America), about 1/2 hour north on I5. Good birding. Audubons race of yellowrumped warbler, scrub jays, ravens, bot