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Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
The first of the migrating warblers are reaching Eastern North Carolina. This Palm Warbler is hard at work looking for dinner. Swing by https://flyinglessons.us/ for many more bird photos and musings.
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
I'm finding that birds have a way of teaching patience, adding a little perspective and taking you away from it all. https://flyinglessons.us/2020/03/26/how-the-northern-cardinal-is-helping-me-through-the-virus-crisis/
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
In a sure sign of spring, an American Goldfinch is gradually coming into its bright yellow plumage for the breeding season. For many more bird photos, swing by https://flyinglessons.us/ for a visit.
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
Every morning, a birding walk under the guise of exercise is making the quarantine manageable. Here's how: https://flyinglessons.us/2020/03/26/how-the-northern-cardinal-is-helping-me-through-the-virus-crisis/
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
You've gotta love the climbing skills of the Tricolored Heron, found here near Titusville, Florida. For many more bird photos, take a swing by https://flyinglessons.us/
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
Flying Lessons: What the Birds are Teaching Us
Here's an intriguing study from Sweden about why some birds can thrive in the city and others can't. It tuns out that sex has something to do with it. https://www.audubon.org/news/to-get-big-city-birds-need-have-large-brain-or-lots-sex

 

 

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