Tag: eastern meadowlark

Meadow Song

Here are two powerful meadow-singers that are quite similarly marked. This Eastern Meadowlark (left) and a Dickcissel (right) are sharing a tree top to belt out their messages. Both of these birds spend a significant amount of their time vocalizing across the prairie. They… Continue Reading “Meadow Song”

So Happy to Offer a Soft Spot to Land

The header photo is a Song Sparrow. I spot them all around our property, both during winter and summer. When they begin singing for the season, it’s a song that I hear many times each day. There are a few “Common bird in steep… Continue Reading “So Happy to Offer a Soft Spot to Land”

Natural

We feed wild birds. The goal is to supplement their diet in winter when food is scarce. Additionally, there are times (like the very deep freeze we experienced only a couple of weeks ago) that the energy it might take to secure food exceeds… Continue Reading “Natural”