Who Discovered the New Bird?…It Could Have Been You November 12, 2006Posted by Andrew in : Canary,Finch,News,Reviews,Wild Birds , 1 comment so far
Last month someone found a beautiful bird, and guess what, noone has ever seen it before! National Geographic says 2-3 new birds are found each year. Imagine if you could be the one to find one of them?
Well, to start, you need to educate yourself on the best methods and equipment to use in your search!
That’s where my recommendation comes in. Whether you plan on watching starlings and bluebirds in your backyard; or budgerigars and cockatoos in Australia, Birdwatching for Beginners is a complete how-to solution on how to successfully find, identify and enjoy the birds out there.
The theater of nature is opened up to you through this wonderful hobby for an entire lifetime! Bird watching is the very best kind of fun.
It’s easy, inexpensive, healthful, and satisfying.
What’s included in the book?
What to look for in a good pair of binoculars
Bird watching etiquette
Tips for identifying birds
Appreciating the songs of birds
Attracting birds to your back yard
Landscaping for birds
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Video – Peaches Canary October 3, 2006Posted by Andrew in : Canary,Video , add a comment...please?
I thought this video is really cute. Pretty songs of the canary.
Video Credit: DMARLOWE
Canary – Old Photo July 28, 2006Posted by Andrew in : Canary , add a comment...please?
Photo Credit: Rocuant Family
k: yellow canary