I found this rather early fellow right in front of the doorway to the southeast alcove this morning. He’s a … More
Flight calls abounded last night as I walked the dog at least thrice. Those calls – little tsips! and tseeps! … More
The night before last, we had our first real cold front of autumn push through, pushing overnight lows down to … More
This one was extra sad. The poor dear was convulsing when I found her, and for the first time on … More
There looked to be a House Wren and two Lincoln’s Sparrows hanging around this morning, but I still can’t consider … More
I was worried being out of town yesterday morning that I would miss important data on a mid-September morning that … More
This one is cheating a bit. I did not do a survey on October 1st, but an alert student sent … More
Here is just a quick summary of casualties at the Noble Research Center from July through December 2010: Very fat … More
the House Wren is still hanging around and today there was a Common Yellowthroat trapped in a west alcove.
It looks like Sep. 1 is the only day I did not check for casualties this month. Here’s what I … More
I found two unlucky young migrants this morning, a Common Yellowthroat and a Least Flycatcher. Both were hatch year birds … More
On August 20th, I completed a full year of regular surveys for window-killed birds at the Noble Research Center. Here … More
HY male; fat = 2.
I hadn’t planned to check the NRC this morning, but I received an email from a colleague with an office … More
1 HY Common Yellowthroat, presumed female, but feathers on head not well preserved. Fat = 3.