Month: May 2019

Bald Eagle mid-wipe. Photo: Maia Kennedy/Alamy If you’ve spent much time observing birds—you clicked on this nerdy story, so that feels like a safe bet—you probably have noticed them wiping their bills on a tree branch or fencepost, or whatever else they’re perched on. And you might have wondered: What’s going on there? A few things, it
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Yet another day that didn’t feel birdy but still had enough going on to keep it interesting. My first House Martin of the year was my only year tick but I did have my first Osprey for Maridalen, Willow Warblers, Three-toed pecker and an interesting female Tufted (type) Duck that may be a hybrid. The
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