Archive for March, 2018

Baja BirdNotes – 29 March – Backyard birds

Thursday, March 29th, 2018

Northern Mockingbird


The day starts clear with light breezes. Morning temps in the high sixties, nudging 80 by 10 AM. Lots of birds at the feeders, but they are all the ‘usual suspects”


Baja BirdNotes – This morning’s birds

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

Female Black-headed Grossbeak

Spent a pleasant hour with a cup of coffee, photographing the many birds that come to my feeders every morning. I’m going through a liter of necture and 6 ounces of sunflower seeds each day.



Baja BirdNotes – White-crowned Sparrow

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

The White-crowned Sparrow is a large sparrow with a small bill and a long tail. The head can look distinctly peaked or smooth and flat, depending on the bird’s attitude.


BirdNotes – 27 Mar 2018 – Cactus Wren

Monday, March 26th, 2018

Common in Baja, Mexico. Noisy, bold and active ground feeder.


BirdNotes – Mar-13-18 – Baby Hummer Story

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

I received a telephone call from my good friend Debbie Bonifer about a baby hummer.  The bird had flown or fallen from the nest.  It was a fairly older fledgling, well feathered, wings fully feathered.

March 12 2018 – Black Headed Grosbeaks

Monday, March 12th, 2018

After many months of not writing my daily bird posts, I have resolved to try again. For those of you who get this post in your email, the same post is on my blog Please feel free to invite your friend to join the (somewhat) daily email list by sending me an email to