• Poor Owl!

    Texas Park Rangers rescue dangling barred owl wrapped in fishing line e. fudd

  • New Plan Would Return California Condors To Northwest Skies

    how very, very cool! New Plan Would Return California Condors To Northwest Skies “The reintroduction sites are considered to be prime condor habitat within redwood forests and mountain ranges,” she said. “And there’s a good chance these birds will be seen flying over Oregon skies once again. They are impressive birds. If you have never […]

  • amazing birds!

    watch them at our feeders all the time, even in winter..! The Hummingbird as Warrior: Evolution of a Fierce and Furious Beak E. Fudd

  • Pericos!

    we saw these birds, many, many years ago – not long after that movie came out (that was how we knew) – we hiked to the top of Telegraph Hill from the back side, and there they were, hanging out in a big conifer – weird to see parrots in a tree like that. Anyway, […]

  • Protect Seattle’s Trees!

    Dear Mayor Durkan and Seattle City Council Members, We urge you to take action now to strengthen significantly Seattle’s tree ordinance to protect our trees and urban forest. Seattle’s urban forest is an integral and vital part of Seattle. The urban forest provides many benefits to those living in our city, including (but certainly not […]

  • Wesley the Owl

    What a wonderful, and at times, gross, book! Similar to my recent read of Alex & Me, Wesley the Owl is a story of a woman who has a many-year direct experience with a wild bird – here, a barn owl who has a wing with nerve damage, and isn’t expected to survive in the […]

  • Wow….!

    and very cool! World’s oldest seabird hatches new chick at Midway Atoll E. Fudd

  • Nice!

    From Five-Thirty-Eight: Christmas Is Bird-Counting Season For 60,000 Americans E. Fudd

  • Duck Season! (not Wabbit Season)…!

    Got a Pest Problem? Call the Quack Squad from Great Big Story on Vimeo. E. Fudd

  • (Forest) of Dreams….

    If you protect it, they will come (back)….! Birds flock to native forest restored at Discovery Park. But will it continue to mature? E. Fudd