Now, before you get the wrong impression from the title of this post, our little group is not performing colonoscopies on wildlife. No one wants to go there. What we are doing is testing new techniques of data collection. Well, I am using the word testing in the broadest definition. I recently purchased an endoscope […]
It’s that time of year again—the leaves are changing, the days are getting shorter, and there’s a chill in the air. The Bluebirds recognize when summer is over, and nesting comes to a halt. Our volunteers finish cleaning out the nest boxes and make repairs before the snow begins to fall. It’s the close of […]
With all of the warmer weather, there has been a flurry of activity at our nest box sites. We have 5 total sites and 18 boxes to check. That means man power and our volunteers have been working hard. So where to begin with this update? I guess I will start with our successes so […]
Yep, spring is in the air; and that means warmer temperatures, rain and nest box upgrades. We planned to install additional boxes late last year, but had to wait for our Buffalo ground to thaw. Now, with spring’s squishy soil, we were finally able to place the boxes, some new and some improved.