Posts Tagged ‘birding’

So what do birds do in the winter? Where can you view them from? Feeding stations that are set up in optimal places will allow you to observe the habits of many species of birds. The photo was taken during a snowstorm at one of my feeding...

The work rate in American society should reflect that of the house wren. When it is time to set up a territory, call in a mate, build a nest, and raise a family, the tiny house wren is mightier than all. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/JoeyBee-HOUSEWREN.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple...

Are we educating, introducing, and preparing our next generation about the outdoors? There are a few people who want to spend time in nature with their children but lack some of the skills and experiences necessary. I explore many options how adults and children can have rewarding time together communing with the...

One of the most unique ecosystems on earth is the pine barrens. I grew up spending so much time in it’s beauty. I now return as a scientist to understand the balance needed by humans to protect and preserve this one of a kind ecosystem. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/JoeyBee-PINEBARRENS.mp3Podcast: Play in new...

Many people limit activities and hobbies to warmer weather.  There is an awesome winter past time that will bring enjoyment and peace to you.  Set up feeding stations for the birds so that you can view them from the confines of your home,place of work, or school.  Learn all about winter birding so you don’t miss out on...