Our star birds for this period were definitely the Philippine Ducks and the Grass Owls. But, there were other birds too! Here are some of the other birds that we observed. Continue reading “Birds of July, August, and September”
Franco found the first owl pellet on the farm! Owl pellets are NOT poop. Owls swallow their prey either whole or in large chunks. Since they don’t have teeth, they don’t chew their food. Instead, their food is slowly digested in their stomachs. Owl pellets are the hard, undigested bits from an owl’s meal Continue reading “First Owl Pellet! What Not To Do”
One weekend I decided to list down all the birds I saw and heard from the veranda of the cottage. This is my list from two mornings in April 2014.
I know that if I look deep into the darkest corners of my heart, there is a part that hears the words “wildlife sanctuary” and thinks this: Continue reading “How to Make a Wild Bird Sanctuary at the Farm”