Monthly Archives: March 2011

Something to crow about

Ok, it’s not so subtle today.  Why?  Well, because I’m really just writing about crows.  The rain over the past couple of days has limited my time for running, but while sitting in my office yesterday I was able to … Continue reading

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The Kinglet and I

Yes, I’m Yul Birder (do some research.  It’ll be funny when you get the reference) and I’m here to tell you a story.  It is actually a story at this point, because it’s one of those things that I forgot … Continue reading

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Here comes the rain again

Oh Annie Lennox, how true your words.  It’s been a rainy couple of days here and the mornings have been chilly again.  It’s kept me inside (not a fan of running in cold rain), but it hasn’t stopped the birds. … Continue reading

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Battle Royale

Ok, maybe I’m overstating things just a bit.  I’m not talking about one of those American Gladiator kinds of things.  I don’t mean the pro-wrestling kind either.  I’m talking about foraging competition <cue the round 1 bell>. While walking around … Continue reading

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European invasion

No, I wasn’t listening to the Beatles today.  I do like them, but that’s not the point.  Though I was a child of the 80’s, I’m also not referring to the New Wavers from then.  I did, however, go through … Continue reading

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(Un)Welcome guests

It’s really sad to me that some animals get a bum rap.  I mean, really.  People just look at them and go, “eww.”  It’s true.  You know it is.  There are just some animals that won’t make it to the … Continue reading

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What a beautiful day!  I went for a run late this morning and the sun was out, a nice spring breeze was blowing and the dogwoods in Freedom Park are full of giant, gorgeous blossoms!  Fantastic stuff.   I stopped … Continue reading

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