Posts Tagged ‘nest’

Last week I posted a few photos of owls when I was filming at the Avian Wildlife Center. People began to ask me so many questions that I knew it was time to share information that would give you ‘The Hoot On Owls”. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/1AAAAAJoeyBee-THEHOOTONOWLS.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

As I research different animals I always find awesome facts. The mockingbird who visits my yard daily is absolutely one of the smartest birds. Did you know that he can learn……. (I guess you’ll have to listen to the podcast). http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/1AAAJoeyBee-MOCKINGBIRD.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

Did you ever have any uninvited guests to your party? Maybe, a friend shows up and you are happy to see them. Or, many hundreds arrive at the most inopportune time! They just come marching in – the stink ant brigade! http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/BKJoeyBee-STINKANT.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

Up the crow’s nest or you have crow’s feet – near your eyes? I’ve never understood that one! The American crow is an unusual bird. One, many times we take for granted. We will explore some amazing facts about a bird that is part of every landscape. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/CJoeyBee-AMERICANCROW.mp3Podcast:...

How many people do you know who dislike (I didn’t use hate) insects. Maybe because they truly do not understand the importance of them. In the circle of life we are all connected. (I took this photo when I was conducting research on the Sage Brush Steppe in Idaho.) OLYMPUS DIGITAL...

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 Don’t Look Now series is about crazy things that have happened to me in the wild with animals. Some of them are comical and some….. I’m sure you could imagine. Often, these interactions occur while conducting research as an environmental scientist. ‘Bees Up My Shirt’ took place while I was tracking the summer...

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...

How many times has someone said “Oh, that’s instinct”.  On this show I will continue our discussion about what truly is instinct.  I will use examples and stories from the bird world.     http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/Joey-Bee-Podcaast-0080-AnimalBehaviorBirdsOfAFeather.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

The sights and sounds of birds are described to give you a better understanding of your feathered visitors. The cast of characters around your property will allow you to enjoy their beauty while experiencing less...