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Digiscoping and value of Part 1

Posted Yesterday at 13:27 by lmans66
Updated Yesterday at 13:31 by lmans66
If you go to my digiscoping site at:

You will find a few shots of a few birds. A chick-a-dee and a bluebird. The following applies to the Bluebird:

The bluebird isn't a spectacular picture by any means....just a bluebird. But this bird was perched 60 yards away. That alone shows me the value of a scope. I was shooting at the equivalent of 1250mm in a camera lens. My Canon Camera and 400mm lens can't come...
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Bringing Birding to the Masses - Noah Strycker

Posted Sunday 23rd February 2020 at 00:29 by Flicker the Halfling
I thought this article might interest you bird folks.
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Under The Apple Tree

Posted Monday 20th January 2020 at 19:34 by Flicker the Halfling
Updated Monday 20th January 2020 at 20:14 by Flicker the Halfling (I want to add a photo.)
Hi everyone!
I've decided to start a small blog about various musings from my garden and the birds et al.
Today I've decided to make my own suet. I found this recipe online. Please let me know what you think of it or if you know of a better recipe let me know as well?
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Mushroom Homes From NASA

Posted Saturday 18th January 2020 at 17:07 by gratography

In a Jan. 14, 2020 press release, NASA's Ames Research Center opines on the possibility of building homes made out of mushrooms for habitation on planets.

Real planets, like Mars.

Well, not exactly mushrooms, but the mycelium, or underground, vegetative part of the fungus from which the so called fruit (i.e., mushrooms) emerges.

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The Big Apple is For the Birds

Posted Tuesday 7th January 2020 at 17:34 by gratography
Updated Tuesday 7th January 2020 at 17:43 by gratography

The Big Apple took a big step proving it was for the birds when the City Council celebrated year end 2019 by passing a ground breaking bird-friendly building initiative that applies to both new building projects and renovations.

With good reason. "Collisions with buildings are one of the greatest threats to birds, and one of the most preventable. North America...
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