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I’ve had a love affair with Sandhill Cranes since the moment I heard their prehistoric-sounding bugling calls. It’s hard to believe I only saw my first of this species in July of 2011, just two individuals walking around on the … Continue reading
All photos in this post were taken at Oak Openings Preserve, one of the fine Toledo Metroparks.
Zugunruhe. Do you feel it too? It means “migratory restlessness,” and it’s normally used to describe the behavior of birds and other migratory species as they prepare for their long journeys in spring and fall. (It’s pronounced “zoo gen ROO ha” … Continue reading
If your education was like mine, at some point in elementary school you were taught that birds migrate south in the winter. “South” was usually assumed to mean Florida. In fact, a woman I met recently told me that she … Continue reading
We’ve all seen those wildlife documentaries where they show thousands of animals gathered in one spot; the one most people think of is the incredible migration of the wildebeests in Africa, right? Thousands and thousands of them running across the … Continue reading