Monthly Archives: February 2011

More Notes on the Sharp-shinned Hawk

Around noon today, I was sitting at my desk by back window of my house when I saw a female sharp-shinned hawk land on a very exposed branch about halfway up the seventy foot tall black locust tree that stands… Continue reading

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Deer, Bats, Turtles, Robins and Hawks

Many changes are rippling through our yard and field ecosystems. Our five, resident deer have all made it through the winter. Up through February 1 part of their foraging and browsing circuit included our front yard sunflower seed, bird feeders…. Continue reading

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