Tag Archives: habitat

Back in Black

The tendency of birds to wander and turn up in unusual places is a well-known phenomenon. Even so, there are some truly puzzling cases which strain the limits of credulity. Enter the Black-backed Oriole, a species endemic to central Mexico. … Continue reading

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Solitaire Extraordinaire

I hate to let a long weekend go to waste. Between the Saturday pelagic and a long-awaited performance of Hamilton on Sunday, I was doing a pretty solid job making the most of my time as I headed into Martin … Continue reading

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Laguna AtascAWESOME

I stood in the tangled thickets of Frontera Audubon, surrounded on all sides by surprisingly thick fog. Each step I took elicited frantic flaps from overhead. The unusually dense cloud cover and high humidity were keeping the local Turkey Vultures … Continue reading

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