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Aftenoon Walk

It has been a while since I went for a wander, so I decided to take advantage of a nice afternoon and go look for some raven tracks in the snow on the Sheldon Jackson campus (Connor told me he … Continue reading

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Rain Returns

It kind of snuck up on me, but January and February (so far) have been quite dry. After the first week of the year, there have been only two days (in January) that had more than 0.1 inches of rain. … Continue reading

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Dusky Thrush

While standing near the Crescent Harbor shelter visiting with another local birder and waiting to help move some stuff with a friend, I noticed a bird perched in a shrub over across by the sea walk. Song Sparrows are common … Continue reading

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Blustery Winds

Officially temperatures warmed significantly overnight and through day, but gusty winds out of the east made that less seem less than obvious to me. Connor found the Purple Finch around mid-morning on Etolin Street today. Later in the day he … Continue reading

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Cold Day, Channel Birds

Clear and calm overnight resulted in the coldest night (and day) so far this season.  Although the sun was shining for the first half of the day, clouds started moving over this afternoon. I did not spend too much time … Continue reading

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Purple Finch

I took a short walk around the neighborhood around noon after dropping my dad off at the airport. I saw no sign of the Purple Finch, though other birds (juncos, primarily) seemed to be acting a little strange. I’m not … Continue reading

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