Busy Wood Stork Nursery

We’re fortunate to have an abundance of Wood Storks in our local wetlands.  “However, because Wood Storks occur only in a small portion of the United States, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service lists them as federally threatened.” (All About Birds)Our breeding Wood Storks have been gathering in great numbers for several months now.  Some Wood […]

Purple Martins are here for awhile!

The glossy Purple Martin, largest of North American swallows, winters in South America and migrates north to spend the breeding months across much of the United States. These aerial insectivores eat, drink, and bathe on the wing, feeding on flying insects (American Bird Conservancy). Purple Martins in the west tend to nest in tree cavities […]