Monday, September 13, 2010
Get off the road, little guys!
Cedar Waxwings and Tree Swallows loafing on Goose Pond Road. They don't know how dangerous it is, so we have to look out for them. I took this photo the afternoon of August 7, 2010, when I was also photographing the three dead birds in following posts. Even on small country roads going past a known bird sanctuary, people drive fast.
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Tree Swallow: Arlington, WI
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Cedar Waxwing: Arlington, WI
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Red-winged Blackbird: Arlington, WI
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Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Oiled Yellow-crowned Night-Heron, Cat Island, off Louisiana
Our excessive gas and oil usage leads to excessive drilling and to horrible spills. The vast majority of oil spills don't make national news. You can't appreciate just how many oil spills there are in the U.S. unless you get a Google Alert for "oil spill." The daily emails are extraordinarily depressing.
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Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Drew Wheelan's video
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Thursday, July 15, 2010
Yellow-rumped Warbler: Duluth, MN
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Yellow-throated Vireo: Ithaca, NY
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