The Ruby-throated Hummingbird carcass from Sep. 5 has been removed.
I initially reported “no casualties” for September 7, but Chrissy Barton’s sharp eyes found one for me. Some time between … More
The HY male Ruby-throated Hummingbird I found this morning means that, for 2016, a young male of this species was … More
I found a presumptive HY male Ruby-throated Hummingbird in the southwest alcove of the NRC today. I left it in … More
I found an Archilochus hummingbird this morning at the northwest alcove. The ants had already gotten to the bird, thereby … More
Southwest alcove; no photo of the poor ant-eaten, bedraggled thing.
The 46th species and 128th casualty on this project knocked me for a loop: An after-second-year male Magnolia Warbler. The … More
For some reason, the ants jumps on the hummingbirds faster than any other birds. Maybe they’re sweet on the outside … More
An immature male Rubythroat met an untimely end at the southwest alcove of the NRC today. The ants were upon … More
Today, the Painted Bunting remains in place but the Ruby-throated Hummingbird carcass is fully gone. It lasted approximately 5 days. … More
I found a very fresh Nashville Warbler (HY female; fat = 2) at the north entrance and a Ruby-throated Hummingbird … More