Feel that warm breeze wafting across the Northern Hemisphere? The agitation in the atmosphere is being caused by people running around trying to make something happen in these last lovely weeks of summer. Don’t panic! You still have time to finish the season strong, starting now… so what will you be doing this weekend and will you be watching birds? Share your sensational plans in the comments below.
Corey and I will be found close to our respective bases of operations, maybe birding and maybe just soaking up some sweet summer rays!
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!
Enjoy beautiful skies over brilliant bodies of water.
Corey took this shot from the Seattle waterfront
Yellowstone. If someone can tell me where to find a Great Gray, I will be forever in your debt.
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Like the perspective of the flowers in the foreground.
@Felonious Jive: I would concentrate on high elevation meadows. Duh.
I like the perspective of the flowers on your photo!Very beautiful!Have a nice weekend!
A gorgeous view and a lovely sky. The flowers are a lovely addition to the view. I hope to do some birding along the C&O Canal and Potomac this weekend.
Very nice photo.
Birding in Massachusets with Debby Kaspari.
I hope I can get away and look for shorebirds on the coast or look for migrants in foothill rainforest but I will probably be stuck looking for birds in coffee plantations closee to home.
Love the blue-yellow combination in this lovely landscape!
The pitter-patter of Wilson’s storm-petrels in New York Bight, plus a stray humpback.
Twin Cities as usual. Warblers blew in this weekend. Lots to see!