Eastern Bluebird (sialia sialis) and Baby on Flickr.

One of our favorite activities on the golf course is noticing the wildlife. We spotted this Eastern Bluebird and baby Bluebird in Panama City. The other day, my ball landed near the woods at Twin Rivers Golf Course. I heard a snort, then out ran mama deer and her baby, less than a foot high. Very cute. She ran a few feet and stopped and looked back at me. After a minute or so, she snorted again and they both ran off, that’s telling me!

latin name bullshit to follow

Eastern Phoebe- Sayornis phoebe

Least Flycatcher- Empidonax minimus

Eastern Kingbird- Tyrannus tyrannus

White Eyed Vireo- Vireo griseus

Yellow-throated Vireo- Vireo flavifrons

Blue-headed Vireo- Vireo solitarius

Blue Jay- Cyanocitta cristata

Common Raven- Corvus corax

American Crow- Corvus brachyrhynchos

Fish Crow- Corvus ossifragus

Bank Swallow- Riparia riparia

White breasted Nuthatch- Sitta carolinensis

Red breasted Nuthatch- Sitta canadensis

Winter Wren- Troglodytes troglodytes

Ruby crowned Kinglet- Regulus calendula

Eastern Bluebird- Sialia sialis

Northern Mockingbird- Mimus polyglottos

European Starling- Sturnus vulgaris

Cerulean Warbler- Setophagia cerulea

Pine Warbler- Setophagia pinus

American Robin- Turdus migratorius

Ever Since My Adventures In Africa, I’ve Been Longing For More And More Work Out In The Field.
I Love The Uncertainty Of It All.
You Think That It’s Going To Be A Walk In The Park When You Go Out But Anything Can Happen While You’re Out There.
I Love It.
It’s Moments Like The Above Picture When You Really Get A Chance To Appreciate The Hard Work You Put In.
These Are -Approximately- 1 Day Old Weatern Blue Bird Hatchlings (Sialia mexicana).
It Instantaneously Melts My Heart When I Open Up The Nest Boxes And 5 Little Rambunctious Head Pop Up At Me With Their Mouths Wide Open Hoping For Me To Some How Regurgitate Some Food Into Their Mouths.
Its The Little Things In Life That You Come To Appreciate And Love.
All You Need To Remember Is Mindfulness And Peace To Open Your Eyes And Heart.

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USPS Forever Stamps Songbirds Booklet of 20

USPS Forever Stamps Songbirds Booklet of 20

These self-adhesive stamps are being issued in books of 20.

The U.S. Postal Service® celebrates ten melodic voices with the Songbirds stamps: the Western Meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta), the Mountain Bluebird (Sialia currucoides), the Western Tanager (Piranga ludoviciana), the Painted Bunting (Passerina ciris), the Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula), the Evening Grosbeak (Coccothraustes…

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