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Baltimore Orioles (Icterus galbula)

Identifying Them: Baltimore Orioles are a bright orange-yellow with black and white wings. Females have a more dull yellow color, with grey-brown wings. Both genders have a height of about 6.5-7.5 inches with a wingspan of about 9 inches to … Continue reading

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White-tailed Eagle (Haliaaetus albicilla)

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White-tailed Eagle With a wingspan of up to 2.5 m, the White-tailed Eagle (Haliaaetus albicilla) is one of the largest eagles in the world. This Eurasian species, occurring from southern Greenland through northern Europe…

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The Western Tanager

In this post you’ll learn a lot of cool facts like how to identify their nest, how to tell the difference between male and female Western Tanagers, plus hopefully new information to you about their behavior, habitat, diet and more! … Continue reading

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Snowy Owls Visit Oregon

    Identifying them: You have probably heard of Snowy Owls, but probably not have actually seen them up close if you live in Oregon as I do. You can tell them from their easily recognizable white bodies and yellow eyes. They look like … Continue reading

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White-tailed Trogon (Trogon chionurus)

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female White-tailed Trogon The White-tailed Trogon (Trogon chionurus) is one of 39 species in the Trogon family. It occurs in humid tropical forests of Panama, western Colombia, and western Ecuador. The colourful birds feed…

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day 7 magic beans

No sprout, I pour the water into the soil and watch it soak in. Like rubbing your tears into your skin. I push the dirt away from me a little to see if some of the sprout may be stuck … Continue reading

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Day 5 of magic beans.

I have been watering it but still no sign. I look throughout other’s gardens to see beans curling and winding around leaves and twigs. And I imagine my beenstock sprouting up imediately and twisting and turning. I am not an … Continue reading

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