It’s summertime and the birding is easy! Here in the U.S., school has let out for summer, which means that the next couple of months will be anything but business as usual. How will you celebrate “true summer” where you live? What are you doing this weekend and will you be birding? Share your plans in the comments below.
The kids and I are headed out to Sodus Point on Lake Ontario. I should be just in time for my first Caspian Terns of the year. Corey has no idea where he’ll be birding this weekend, which means that he’ll be hitting the local haunts!
Whatever your plans this weekend, make time to enjoy SkyWatch Friday. Also be sure to come back Monday to share your best bird of the weekend!
Dramatic tropical skies from atop Panama’s legendary Canopy Tower
I shall be heading for Scotland but ensuring that I am still within English borders for the Big Match this weekend. (And no, I don’t mean the game against Ghana!)
Nice view what’s that giant globe like thing on the right?
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@Kcalpesh, that giant steel globe sits atop the Canopy Tower, which used to be a U.S. military radio tower. I don’t know its original purpose but, because of it, the tower cuts a unique profile.
Another weekend at the Olde Homestead, looking for those Hooded Warblers.
I will be guiding tomorrow in Carara National Park. Like all visits to Carara, it should be a wonderful, birdy day with trogons, Scarlet Macaws, and lots more. I will post highlights next week.
First weekend “home” in what seems like months… will head down to Jamaica Bay to see what’s wandering the shore. I can never remember — high tide or low tide? So, I looked on the net and decided to hit low going into high (or is it high going into low) and bring a sandwich. And a hat. It’s toasty out!
Iceland, round the Ring-Road, ash and all. Looking out particularly for white-tailed eagle, gyrfalcon, and a puffin or ten thousand of them.