Friday, December 27, 2013

FYI, I all the pictures that I post I take myself.
 I encourage you to share your knowledge about the outdoors and the things that live in it, and to make your own blog or get a camera and see if you can take some great photos.
Hey birders! Just a bit more info if you want it: If you have or even haven't gone to , I just want you to know that they have a very interesting program called Bird Cams, and you can find it by typing it in the search bar. It features cameras that have been put all over the country, to observe different types of bird nests. Such include a Great Blue Heron, an Osprey, and a Red-Tailed Hawk nest, just to name a few.
And for birders, hunters, or anything else that involves binoculars, I suggest Nikon's Monarch series. I don't own any, but I've used them before and they're great.
Spring will be here before you know it so please visit my blog again sometime.
Have a Happy New Year from Bird Blogger MT!!!

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Just a heads-up, you have to highlight the link and right click it to get the option to visit the web site!
Hey, bird fans!
If you want a very interactive bird web site that has lots of optional programs and information exclusively about Ornithology, I STRONGLY suggest‎ 
It's a great web site and I use it all the time. It also features an online guide, so you can find almost any bird in the world and know about it's behavior, migratory paths, (in some cases) and much, much more!
As far as I know, I've made a link to it on this post, so try clicking on it! If that doesn't work, highlight it and click on the right side of  the mouse, and an option should be there to visit the site! Otherwise, just search it on Google or Bing or put in the web site address.
Also, for even MORE info, visit their YouTube channel: LabofOrnithology.
So long, and happy holidays from Bird Blogger MT!!!

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Hey out there! Just want you to know that you probably won't be seeing many exotic or rare bird types, because I live in the northwestern U.S. Also, the birds that I post will mostly be dependent on if I'm lucky enough to get a picture of them, and almost all will be fairly common.
Just an FYI, I don't post random bird pictures from the Internet saying that I took them.
Since it's the middle of December, there won't be many posts until spring.
So long, and happy birding!