June 30, 2013
Birdwatching Dot Com
The pole dancer swings around the sunflower stalk and checks out the tips (sunflower seeds) in the hands of the audience. Nice moves, black-capped chickadee!
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from This Morning Outside
Everyone interested in watching wild birds deserves her or his very own binoculars.
A good binocular for getting started does not have to be expensive, but it should have good optical quality.
The Eagle Optics Shrike 8x42 costs only $99.99
We can see birds with our ears. Through trees. Around corners. In the dark. Behind our heads.
Birding By Ear CD teaches how to know birds by their sounds.
There's a version for Eastern North America and one for Western. We recommend them.