Robert A. Culbert

Wintering Over
Brrrrrr! It has been cold this past week, with a lot of temperatures below freezing.
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Surprise Sightings
The 62nd annual Christmas Bird Count was held on Jan. 2, and as reported last week the weather was not bad, nor was it good, for finding birds.
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New Counts
Christmas Bird Count. We lucked out — sort of — this year.
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Geese-a-Grazing
While the famous holiday song has geese-a-laying, I think that geese-a-grazing is more apt, as that is what they do.
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Lingering Friends
The 62nd annual Martha’s Vineyard Christmas Bird Count will be held on Sunday, Jan. 2.
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Avian Prowess
Long distance migrants fly 3,000 to 8,000 miles over water without any chance to eat for a number of days.
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Winter Visitors
The first two snowy owls showed up on Thanksgiving Day.
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Be Prepared
There I was, at 12:05 on Nov. 29, taking my second grade class out for recess. Of course, I was not thinking about birds and did not have my binoculars.
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Seasonal Sensations
The migration season is winding down, although it is far from over. Migrants will continue their southward travels into January.
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November Hummingbirds
Penny Uhlendorf and Scott Stephens had a ruby-throated hummingbird visit their feeder and greedily drink nectar on Nov. 10 and Nov. 11.
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