Posting Schedule Starting next week! January 16, 2013Posted by mel in : News,Wild Birds , 6 comments
I would just like to inform you of what the posting schedule will be starting next week.
Monday- will be cute picture or video of a bird
Wednesday- Will be advertising some sort of bird product
Friday- Friday will be a bird article
Now i will not be perfect on keeping this schedule, but i do got my phone set to alarm so i can remember to do it, but since i dont got my own computer it may not happen 100% of the time. But i will do my best.
Now please enjoy this cute picture.
Cute Owl picture! January 14, 2013Posted by mel in : fun,Wild Birds , 1 comment so far
hummingbird,Video,Wild Birds ,
I thought this was a very cute photo i thought it was too cute to not to share!
Learn how to attract hummingbirds to your yard!
Here it is! The baby hummingbird video:
Mystery Bird – Photos November 11, 2010Posted by Andrew in : Unknown,Wild Birds , add a comment...please?
Below are some photos I received in an email recently from my friend Stan Rocklin, who requested that I post them. The photos are of a mystery bird he asked me to help him identify, which I gladly agreed to. If you know what kind of bird this is, please post in the comments and send an email Stan’s way. Scroll down for the pictures…
(click on a photo for a larger view)
All About Birds by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology August 18, 2010Posted by Andrew in : links,Wild Birds , add a comment...please?
If you are interested in bird watching and general bird information you will enjoy this link to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology website.
You can listen to a recording of each bird’s call and view all of its specific information, with a pleasing style and design to the site.
Their search box has a very nice auto-complete so you do not have to know the exact name of the bird you are looking for. Just start typing and complete names will appear below the box. Click the link below to visit the site.
New Holland Honeyeater July 19, 2010Posted by Andrew in : Wild Birds , add a comment...please?
Scientific name: Phylidonyris novaehollandiae
Description: The New Holland Honeyeater is mostly black and white, with a large yellow wing patch and yellow sides on the tail. It has a small white ear patch, a thin white whisker at the base of the bill and a white eye. This honeyeater is an active bird, and rarely sits still long enough to give an extended view. Sexes are similar in looks, but females are slightly smaller in size. Young birds are browner and have a grey eye.