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Bird identification

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Queer YA Reading List: What the Author Abandons the Reader Keeps Pursuing (Miss Carriger Recommends) - Gail Carriger

As an Author I’ve been out of the YA world for a while (Manners came out in 2015). However, I rarely leave YA for long as a reader. That’s one if the best things about being both, I can’t write fast enough to write all the things I want to write. But I’m a pretty […]

The European  Starling or Common Starling is a medium-sized blackbird with a short tail and long, slender beak. It is often regarded as a pest and amongst the least wanted backyard birds. #backyardbirds #birds #winterbirds

The European Starling or Common Starling is a medium-sized blackbird with a short tail and long, slender beak. It is often regarded as a pest and amongst the least wanted backyard birds. #backyardbirds #birds #winterbirds

Backyard Birds of North America Poster: North American Birds Poster

What's that flying around your neighborhood? This poster will help you find out. Beautifully detailed illustrations show the most widespread birds in North America. Males and females of many species have different markings and/or coloration. In such cases, both are shown. Laminated, 24" x 36"

The Mourning Dove is also known as the American Mourning Dove or the Rain Dove, and erroneously as the Turtle Dove, and was once known as the Carolina Pigeon or Carolina Turtledove. #birds #backyardbirds #birdspecies #nature

The Mourning Dove is also known as the American Mourning Dove or the Rain Dove, and erroneously as the Turtle Dove, and was once known as the Carolina Pigeon or Carolina Turtledove. #birds #backyardbirds #birdspecies #nature

Important in controlling insect populations, Woodpeckers are greatly served by the presence of dead trees, so leave them standing if they don’t pose a danger. Description from oakmossed.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

How fortunate we are here in Western New York to have 7 different species of Woodpeckers living amongst us. Important in controlling insect populations, Woodpeckers are greatly served by the presen…

Pin by Rose Stewart on Birds & Bats | Backyard birds sanctuary, Backyard birds watching, Pet birds

Pin by Rose Stewart on Birds & Bats | Backyard birds sanctuary, Backyard birds watching, Pet birds