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This week's edition focuses on the variety of falcons that live in British Columbia.
This week Gary Davidson discusses the Blue Heron and its decline in the Columbia Basin in recent years.
From Panama to Nakusp: Chickadees, sparrows and ducks. Oh my!
Gary Davidson discusses his final days in Panama and the birds he's seen on his trip.
With two weeks to go, Gary Davidson reflects on his visit to Panama.
Week three in Panama and the Davidsons are having a blast with birding.
Checking out bird life in a slightly different location...
The Hammond’s is a bird of the coniferous forest and is, therefore, the most common empid in our region.
There are six species of Hummingbirds in Canada, four of which have been reported in our region.
Geese and swans are the most common white birds seen flying along the Arrow Lakes, but pelicans come through occasionally too.
The Spotted Towhee has a striking appearance, but it is rarely seen around Nakusp.
Gary Davidson writes about the fairywrens of Australia.
How do migrating birds travelling thousands of kilometres find their way?
How do birds know when it’s time to migrate? There seems to be no single or simple answer to this question.
Why do birds migrate instead of remaining in one suitably warm place all year long?
For the last 19 years Gary Davidson have been systematically monitoring the Osprey nests between Nakusp and Fauquier.
Waxwings are so named because of the small red tips to the wing feathers that resemble a bit of wax stuck to the end of the feather.
Our journey through Texas and the search for migrants has ended – we are now on our way home through the mid-western United States.
April is “migration month” in Texas and the birding can, at times, be quite remarkable.
Gary Davidson looks at the northern and southern members of the heron family.