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Tag Archives: Mountain Chickadee
Our team for the Audubon Society of Portland’s Birdathon made a 360-mile loop through the Willamette Valley, across the Cascades, and east to the high desert. We tallied 110 species for the day. Here are a few. Acorn Woodpeckers are … Continue reading
I had three species of chickadees attending my feeder recently. The Black-capped Chickadees are year-round residents and visit every day. Chestnut-backed Chickadees appear occasionally, most often in winter, although I have been seeing them more often in recent months. The … Continue reading
Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge includes about a quarter million acres in Lake County, OR. It is not close to anything, but is definitely worth the trip. The weather here in early June tends to be cool and breezy, and … Continue reading