Monthly Archives: November 2012

November is Turkey Month, and Wild Turkeys are Thankful

Unlike their domesticated cousins, Wild Turkeys worry little about the approach of Thanksgiving. However, this wasn’t always the case. In fact, loss of habitat and unregulated hunting nearly wiped out all of U.S. Wild Turkeys by the mid 1930s. There … Continue reading

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House Sparrows and House Finches, our Most Common Birds

After I wrote about one of my favorite birds last May, the Black-throated Sparrow, I received several reports of yards ‘full of’ these special birds.  The Black-throated Sparrow is, in fact, seen in most SaddleBrooke yards, but most of the … Continue reading

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