Marsh Wren

Hey guys, welcome back. Well, we're back at the marsh again! If you've been reading for a while, then you probably know that I choose the order of birds for these entries based on my life list. I simply go on eBird, and sort my life list by date first seen, and that's the order... Continue Reading →

Clapper Rail

Hey guys, welcome back. Today is the next rail of this series; the clapper rail. Rails are secretive wading birds that are right at home in very dense vegetation near water. They are shaped kind of like small herons crossed with chickens. The clapper rail is found only along the Atlantic coast. It used to... Continue Reading →

Red-winged Blackbird

Hey guys, welcome back! Today, one of my favs, the Red-winged Blackbird. Their call (some guides use the mnemonic "konk-a-ree" to describe it, though I personally don't hear it) is one that I always associate with summer, and until I really started birding, only heard then. Now, I can hear it almost year round. In... Continue Reading →

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