Conservation

Black-headed Grosbeak.

  June 3rd, 2020: It’s nonflexible to get bored of the big colourful ones… Not that we overly really get “bored” of a bird. But the worthier migrants that come through a...

Bewicks Wren.

  June 11th, 2020: An afternoon at Burnaby Lake I decided to velocipede out to Burnaby Lake Regional Park this afternoon. Not a unconfined time of day to go birding. But it...

A free birddares to claim the sky.

  A few comments on our current cultural moment, through the lens of birding. It’s been unconfined to see all of the recent support for Black birders, pursuit #BlackBirdersWeek! Indeed, there has...

Pacific-slope Flycatcher.

  June 21st, 2020: Summer in QE Park… …isn’t particularly birdy. That is, it’s quieted lanugo significantly now that most birds have nested at least once. There’s still worriedness of course, and...

House Sparrow.

  June 28th, 2020: You can’t go birding every week. I certainly try to! But this week, I was largely immobile thanks to some when spasms. Ugh. After a tuft of drugs,...

Policies for the planet.

  Forest & Bird has published a three-year plan for nature superiority of September’s unstipulated election. New Zealanders love nature and want to protect it. It is part of our identity, the...