Looking outside my window at birds: Day 1

Originally posted on The Birder:
Today I am just looking out and trying to see as much birds as I can while I am doing my work. I saw a Blue Jay at one of my feeders today. It is too bad that I wasn’t able to take a picture of it to use it for my English Genius Hour Project. I have only really… Continue reading Looking outside my window at birds: Day 1

Looking outside my window at birds: Day 3

Originally posted on The Birder:
Hello birders. If you didn’t know, I am still looking outside at birds. I really haven’t seen anything interesting interesting lately, so I don’t know what to talk about. Today at around 1:00 p.m., I saw a male and female House Sparrow and a Mourning Dove. Then I later also saw 3 Northern Mockingbirds, 2 Blue Jays, and 1 White-winged… Continue reading Looking outside my window at birds: Day 3

Looking outside my window at birds: Day 4

Originally posted on The Birder:
Today all I have really been doing is attaching my camera to my binoculars and trying to take really good pictures. If you look at my bird photos from Houston for 5-14-20(today), you’ll see them. Anyways, I keep on seeing the same birds every same day. I have seen many House Sparrows(male and female), and they kept on flirting with… Continue reading Looking outside my window at birds: Day 4

Bird of the Week: Red-vented Bulbuls

Originally posted on The Birder:
Many people have never heard of the bird called a “Red-vented Bulbul”, especially people who live in the lower 48 states. You want to know why? It’s because Red-vented Bulbuls only live in Asia, some Pacific Islands, and Hawaii. But little do some people know, some Red-vented Bulbuls were brought to the US and escaped in the suburbs of Houston(where… Continue reading Bird of the Week: Red-vented Bulbuls