by Kieran Lindsey | Apr 28, 2022 | Mammals, WildlifeBY KIERAN LINDSEY, PhD Gazing blearily through coffee steam, a ghostly figure wafting through the early morning haze caught my neighbor’s eye. “At first, it was just a ginger-orange and white shadow,” she told me, “and I thought, Oh, no… another...
by Kieran Lindsey | Feb 17, 2022 | Birds, Wildlife
Big things come in small packages, we’re told… and if you’d like some evidence to support that theory, boy-howdy, have I got a potent little parcel for you — the Golden-Crowned Kinglet!
by Kieran Lindsey | Feb 3, 2022 | Birds, Wildlife
Wondering where all the snowbirds have gone? Look no further than your own backyard!
by Kieran Lindsey | Dec 9, 2021 | Mammals, WildlifeBY KIERAN LINDSEY, PhD There’s a wonderful word—one of my favorites — to describe creatures that are active at dawn and dusk. Crepuscular. There are plenty of them so the great outdoors gets lively when the light is low, making dusk and dawn excellent times to see...
by Kieran Lindsey | Feb 18, 2021 | Mammals, Wildlife