In the early morning hours of Friday, September 13th, our Ipswich River Audubon group scrambled into the vans with coffee in hand. It was (yawn) 5:30 a.m. and the sun had not yet risen. The only unlucky thing about that Friday the 13th was that I spilled Latte all over the van's cup holders, and … Continue reading The Magic of Monhegan Island, Maine.
Author: Diana S.
Our Native Trumpeter, et al.
The cooler temperatures are here and I decide to venture out into the wilds. I return to the marsh to see our NH Trumpeter Swan, who I've named"Louie", but I can't find him anywhere. I keep searching, dragging myself and my heavy lens into the woods. No swan in sight. Could he have already migrated? … Continue reading Our Native Trumpeter, et al.
Spring Birding on the North Shore
This spring, I visited several wildlife sanctuaries on the North Shore of Massachusetts looking for migrating spring birds. I have only been birding for 2-3 years, but it is such a fun hobby and honestly, I'm kind of obsessed with it. You can see and experience many species right here in your own back yard. … Continue reading Spring Birding on the North Shore
The Beautiful Birds of Trinidad & Tobago
Immediately after landing on the tarmac in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, our local guide and van driver, Roodal Ramlal, pulls off onto a dirt road in the middle of the city, our first birding hotspot. He spots several South American birds before we even reach the mountain road that leads up to the Asa Wright Nature Center. … Continue reading The Beautiful Birds of Trinidad & Tobago