Tag: Yellow-rumped Warbler

Yellow-rumped Warbler

We get a lot of yellow-rumped warblers in the St. Augustine area in the winter. They flit about in the bushes and are hard to see but you can hear their constant “chit chit”. The sound is similar to a cardinal, but in winter… Continue Reading “Yellow-rumped Warbler”

Bluebirds, etc.

We regularly have bluebirds, but we have had more of them recently. We have also had more brown-headed nuthatches than usual. I regularly bird on our street and I am seeing more variety and numbers of birds than recently. The seasons are changing and… Continue Reading “Bluebirds, etc.”

Another Blue Jay Release

The Ark received another blue jay yesterday and it came to me for release. It appeared to be tame and the homeowner who found it was concerned that one of the several cats in the area would get it. Fortunately, we do not have… Continue Reading “Another Blue Jay Release”

GTM Reserve

Regis and I went to the Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve today. It is one of our favorite places. The three names (Guana, Tolomato, Matanzas) are the three rivers within the reserve. It is one of 29 national estuarine research reserves in the country.… Continue Reading “GTM Reserve”

Next Stop

November 24, 2018 While Regis did most of the packing for the short camping trip we are leaving on tomorrow, I went birding.  It was a great deal for me. We are headed to see the St. Mark’s Wildlife Refuge.  We should be able… Continue Reading “Next Stop”

Manatees by the Saltmarsh

November 18, 2018 Regis and I went birding at the Saltmarsh yesterday and saw lots of birds.  We saw four different birds of prey:  Bald Eagle, Osprey, Red-tailed hawk, and Northern Harrier.  While standing on the dock at the intracoastal waterway (ICW), I looked… Continue Reading “Manatees by the Saltmarsh”