Birdbox – Simon Thompson

Experience continued bird watching in winter

Experience continued bird watching in winter

When the first threat of frost starts to creep down the mountains and your breath clouds on a cold morning, many people start to think ... Read more

Experience continued bird watching in winter

When the first threat of frost starts to creep down the mountains and your breath clouds on a cold morning, many people start to think ... Read more

Shorebirds in Western North Carolina

Here we are living in one of the world’s greatest forest ecosystems, and migration is almost upon us. At this time of the year, every ... Read more

Red-winged blackbird hard to miss

Almost everyone knows the red-winged blackbird. They are bold, brassy and very easy to see. They are also brightly-colored and noisy. All in all, you ... Read more

The enjoyment (and hazards) of feeding birds in the summer

Many people enjoy feeding birds, and at last count, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimated that more than 86 million Americans provide food for ... Read more

More Articles

  1. Tanagers – the other western North Carolina red bird
  2. A spring day birding in Polk County
  3. Protecting the rare cerulean warbler
  4. Identifying woodpeckers in Western N.C.
  5. Our hummingbirds arriving back in WNC
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