Tag Archives: birds

Link Blog – August 31, 2015

Nature Watch: Rattled by the sounds animals make at night | lehighvalley live.com 083015 Arlene Koch: “One day last week my husband David and I drove to Lansdale to visit a bakery we’d heard about. Normally, buying baked goods in … Continue reading

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Naturalist Notebook – August 16, 2015

Lake Erie Birding Trail Tremendous numbers and diversity of migrant songbirds fill lakeside woodlands in spring and fall. Waterbirds galore pack marshes and the open lake waters, and interesting marsh birds breed in coastal wetlands. Winter brings hardy northern ducks, … Continue reading

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Destinations: Magee Marsh

Magee Marsh Wildlife Area 13531 State Route 2, Oak Harbor, OH 43449 (614) 265-6561 Continue reading

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Krapu et al 2014 |Spring Migration Ecology of the Nid-continent Sandhill Crane Population | Wildlife Monographs 2014

[Krapu et al 2014] This article is a U.S. Government work and is in the public domain in the USA. DOI: 10.1002/wmon.1013 Continue reading

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Sandhill Crane Migration Powers Nebraska Uplift

Paul Gruchow: “… the primeval sound rushed in, halfway between a croak and a song, the music of dry bones rattling. It surged and fell in a regular rhythm, like waves of water washing against a shore. . . . The sound of the sandhill cranes is like the roaring of the sea in a conch shell; when you have finally heard it, you recognize that you have always known it. It is like the cry of a loon or the howling of wolves or the warning rattle of a snake, an article in the universal language.” Continue reading

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