This morning, a dead Tufted Titmouse achieved some grim and arbitrary notoriety as the 250th window-killed bird I’ve found at … More
I found a second-year female Field Sparrow at the main north entrance this morning. This female too, had a well … More
Thanks to Corey Riding & Co. for checking the Noble Research Center while I was away on 6/9 and 6/10. … More
“It’s early June – I bet that’s a female with a brood patch.” Indeed it was.
Today marked the first casualty of a species that is common and conspicuous on campus – a House Finch at … More
As reported for May 30 2015, I had observed the beginnings of a pattern when I found the very first … More
With apologies for the poor photo, this Carolina Chickadee appears to have been engaged in some post-breeding dispersal when she … More
Okay, now it’s personal. Here in my 21st year of monitoring buildings for window-killed birds, I have finally come across … More