Redhead

Hey guys welcome back! Today's bird is a cool duck that doesn't have a green head like some of us may be used to, but a red one! Well, it's admittedly more of a cinnamon color, but still! The redhead is a diving duck that in terms of color pallette is very similar to the... Continue Reading →

Mute Swan

Hey guys welcome back! Today, a frightening sight. The mute swan. Swans are some of the largest birds in North America, and as many people and YouTube videos can attest, they are also some of the most aggressive and territorial. Even allaboutbirds.com uses the phrase "hazard to humans" in their mute swan description. Of course,... Continue Reading →

Double-crested Cormorant

Hey guys, welcome back! Today we talk about a cool, if not somewhat prehistoric-looking, waterbird; the Double-crested Cormorant! The most widespread of the number of cormorant species found in North America, the Double-crested Cormorant is all over the place in New York City, where I first saw one. I was riding my bike up the... Continue Reading →

Pied-billed Grebe

Hey guys, welcome back! Today is our first grebe species. But, just what the heck is a grebe? They kinda look like if a duck crossed with a heron, and the offspring had the most awkward features of both. Grebes are currently in their own taxonomic order, though their place within bird taxonomy has been... Continue Reading →

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