It was another big night for migrants here in the Southern Plains. I found dead Clay-colored Sparrows at the northeastern … More
The night before last, we had our first real cold front of autumn push through, pushing overnight lows down to … More
On a cloudy morning after a nighttime football game that shone bright lights on low clouds, there were birds left … More
Yesterday’s Clay-colored Sparrow has been removed.
This Clay-colored Sparrow was being gnawed by a cricket this morning. Gruesome.
The north entrance and northwest alcoves were deadly again last night. This time the victims were an ASY female Black-and-white … More
There are many birds on the move right now. This Clay-colored Sparrow won’t make it to its first breeding season, … More
It was a busy morning at the NRC after a crisp and clear, moonlit night that must have supported a … More
AHY-U, fat = 2
On August 20th, I completed a full year of regular surveys for window-killed birds at the Noble Research Center. Here … More
This blog focuses on window strike mortality of birds at a single building on the campus of Oklahoma State University … More