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Archery

Birding is a recreational activity conducted to determine the identification, habits and habitats of birds. It is usually done with binoculars or spotting scopes or by the recognition of their calls during various times of the year. Often the nesting and feeding habits are observed and recorded as well as the migration paths and the appearance of rare or unusual visitors to certain regions of the country.

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Posted In Feathered Friends in Trouble on Thursday, April 26th 2018
The raptors or “birds of prey” include four families of birds, hawks, falcons, owls and eagles.
Posted In Feathered Friends in Trouble on Thursday, April 26th 2018
When it comes to raptors and other predators, we often overlook a sometimes not so obvious truth.
Posted In Feathered Friends in Trouble on Wednesday, April 25th 2018
While drinking my coffee this morning I was able to see one of Nature’s examples of constant conflicts. I noticed a Coopers hawk, sometimes called the “chicken hawk” by many...
Posted In Feathered Friends in Trouble on Tuesday, April 24th 2018
Every year the list grows longer.
Posted In Feathered Friends in Trouble on Monday, April 23rd 2018
There is a mystique about owls that appeals to everyone.
Posted In Feathered Friends in Trouble on Saturday, April 21st 2018
The word “raptor” comes from the Latin word “rapere”
Posted In Feathered Friends in Trouble on Thursday, April 19th 2018
The nesting season for the Peregrine falcon on Pennsylvania was another successful one.