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© Lora Denis
March 2, 2015–Julia Zarankin
Snowy owl © Ashley Hockenberry
Winter and birding seem like an unlikely pair. “What is there to see in the winter?” people often ask. The truth is that winter in southern Ontario offers some extravagant ...
January 28, 2015–Lindsay Barden
Black-capped chickadee © Lindsay Barden
The early bird gets the worm, or at least that’s what they say. This past weekend I found myself awake and watching the bird feeders at my family’s home in ...
November 24, 2014–Guest blogger
Birds•Species at Risk
Loggerhead shrike © Laurie L Snidow
I frequently visit the Carden Plain Important Bird Area in the Kawarthas to photograph the many birds that pass through there during spring and fall migration. Having read that it ...
May 16, 2014–Julia Zarankin
Louisiana waterthrush © Kelly Colgan Azar
It’s not often that birding becomes an adventure sport, but some birds are worth chasing. And by chasing, I mean sliding through mud, crossing creeks and coming home slightly battered ...
February 12, 2014–Julia Zarankin
Long-tailed duck © Missy Mandel
When I started birdwatching, I had no idea that it was a year-round sport. Although winter birding lacks the tremendous variety of spring birding – with its flashes of multi-colored ...
Short-eared owl © Scott Fairbairn