Sandhill Cranes rare pleasures in Carolinas

Sandhill Cranes rare pleasures in Carolinas

Sandhill Cranes are magnificent birds. Standing over 4 feet tall with a 7-foot wing span, they are one of the largest birds in North America. ... Read more

Hummingbird questions and answers

Over the last couple of years of writing this bird column, I have had many people write to tell me their bird stories, ask for ... Read more

Summer and Scarlet Tanagers

Summer and Scarlet Tanagers

Those other “red birds” here Most of us are familiar with the “red-bird” – the local name for the Northern Cardinal, but cardinals are not ... Read more

English or house sparrows in Carolinas

In an earlier column we talked about our native sparrows here in Western North Carolina. Normally when you mention the word “sparrow,” most people think ... Read more

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  2. A spring day birding in Polk County
  3. Phantom of southern Appalachian mountain forests, saw-whet owls
  4. A weekend visit to Huntington Beach, S.C.
  5. Rufous hummingbirds
  6. Experience continued bird watching in winter
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