Comparing the beaks of newborn birds – in pictures

Hello and squeek chirpy cheeeeeeep to all you bird lovers out there. Today’s post is all about beaks. Over the past few months I’ve photographed newborn geese, robins, and cardinals and just recently noticed how different their beaks are. I guess it makes sense, I mean the birds themselves are all so different, why wouldn’tContinue reading “Comparing the beaks of newborn birds – in pictures”

Six goslings – Canadian Geese

The other day I wrote about these adorable little geese that intently follow their parents wherever they go. Check out that post here. My friend and I enjoy checking up on the neighborhood geese because so many have been born in the last few weeks. The parents using the nest we had been monitoring theContinue reading “Six goslings – Canadian Geese”

Baby geese struggle to follow parents out of pond

The highlight of my day yesterday was these newborn geese trying their hardest to climb up the steep bank of a pond. Their parents, blessed with fully functional wings, made it up but the six goslings had major issues. I could try to explain it more but nothing would quite do the justice of whatContinue reading “Baby geese struggle to follow parents out of pond”

Robin eggs hatch, pictures of the newborns!

While there have been geese laying eggs, and those eggs hatching, a robin up and laid some eggs in my front yard! I posted about the first time I discovered them, check here for that, but there is an update: TWO OF THE EGGS HATCHED! So cool! I captured a few photos of the helplessContinue reading “Robin eggs hatch, pictures of the newborns!”

Rabbit Recon

For most of my life I’ve loved rabbits. Thanks to my awesome parents, our family even had two rabbits as pets kept in an outdoor pen when I was in middle school. Actually now that I type it out, how ironic that we also had a pet beagle, the one breed that loves chasing rabbitsContinue reading “Rabbit Recon”