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NOTE: This post originally misidentified this hawk as a juvenile ferruginous hawk, but after some helpful comments from readers and confirmation from a couple other experts, I have edited the post to make it clear that it is, indeed, a … Continue reading
A guest post by Eliza Perry, one of our Hubbard Fellows. All photos are by Eliza. Giant black clouds of birds have been erupting from cottonwoods everywhere I go the past few days. . As Anne recently shared, the cows … Continue reading
Here’s a photo interpretation puzzle for you. Last Saturday, I was hiking through the fresh snow in a small local prairie when I found this interesting print. Clearly the print was made by a bird, but what kind, and what was it doing? … Continue reading
This photo was taken several years ago outside the house of my in-laws in eastern Nebraska. I don’t usually photograph birds, but I was there and the birds were there, and one thing led to another… It was snowing, but … Continue reading
The photo below is about 15 years old now, but is connected to one of my favorite stories. A co-worker and I were walking in a recently-restored prairie/wetland along the Platte River when we flushed a sora (a kind of … Continue reading