Prothonotary Warbler Project

The prothonotary warbler derives its name from ancient Catholic scribes who were said to wear bright yellow hoods, which these cute little warblers appear to be wearing.  As opportunistic as they are brilliant yellow, these eastern warblers are just a … Continue reading

Dolphins and a Contest!

Those of a particular generation acquired their first and only knowledge of dolphins through Flipper, the mid-1960s TV series about a precocious dolphin and its relationship with an adolescent boy. In the series, Flipper exhibited high intelligence and an extraordinary understanding … Continue reading

Grand Isle Birds & a Giveaway

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Dear readers, how I’ve missed you.  I can only hope that you’ve missed me as much and haven’t totally given up on finding a new post here in this century! It was very rough winter for me as far as … Continue reading

Propeller Graduation and the Results!

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After 12 challenging weeks of driving to and from New Orleans, sometimes twice a week, the Accelerator Program at Propeller has finally come to an end.  It was intense, informative, enlightening, and all those other adjectives that could best describe … Continue reading

LOWA 70th Annual Conference – Lake Verret Birds

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As I said in the previous post, “to be continued“, and now I’m keeping my promise.  Plus, those of you who have been here awhile know that I’m a bird nerd and no trip is complete without a post about … Continue reading