First Class Walk

Recently, an opportunity has surfaced to talk publicly about what I do as an Environment for the Americas Intern, the area that I’m working in, research being conducted in the area, and of course, topics relating to birds. It’s a great opportunity, to say the least. I’ll be talking to Read more…

Murre Chicks!

Hello all. Hope the summer is treating you with some sun and outdoor adventures. Maybe even some birding time thrown in there as well. The month of June was an exhilarating time for the common murres as they toughed through holding their ground against eagles and pesky gulls attacks. Aside Read more…

Little Bird

A while back, I was in the field counting murre eggs and nests in windy conditions. The wind wasn’t a problem or anything new; we avoid issues by ducking low to the ground to reduce the impact of the wind and stabilize the scope we use. In those conditions, I Read more…

Look twice, think twice

             Hello everyone! Hope everyone is doing well. As for me, I had the grand opportunity to help out at Siuslaw’s World Migratory Bird Day event a while back. Since it was a popular during our event over at Yaquina, I brought over the plastics demonstration table that a co-worker Read more…