Wannabe Birder blog: Bird droppingsA hawk, a bear at the feeders and a bird-themed street sign.
By: John Lundy, Duluth News Tribune
John Lundy is a failure when it comes to bird-watching. But he tries. Oh, he tries.
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Bits and pieces from here and there:
- Karl Riggle of Zanesville, Ohio, shared this recent picture he took of a hawk in his area:
Can anyone tell me what kind of hawk it is? A young red-tailed, maybe?
- The News Tribune's Andrew Krueger found this interesting street sign along the Echo Trail near Ely:
Looks like somebody up there likes woodpeckers.
- Brad Snelling of Duluth shared this picture of a black bear checking out their feeders on East College Street on Friday morning:
Brad wonders if the bear is another wannabe birder.
- I'm told the Duluth News Tribune's Sunday Scrapbook section is dedicating an upcoming issue to birders and wannabe birders. You can send your bird stories and memorable snapshots to email@example.com or by real mail to Scrapbook, DNT, 424 W. First St., Duluth, MN 55802. Include your city of residence and phone number. The deadline is Wednesday, July 28. And of course, you can send your bird stories and snapshots to me anytime at: firstname.lastname@example.org.