I’d like to introduce Matt Medler, the Science Coordinator for the Boreal Songbird Initiative. Starting this week, he will be contributing to the BSI Boreal Bird Blog on a regular basis. Prior to joining BSI, Matt worked at the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and he also worked for several years [...]
Archive for January, 2008
It’s raining here in Maine this early January morning. After the below-zero (F) temperatures and huge snowfalls of a few weeks ago, it is quite a surprise and not necessarily a welcome one considering the slushy mess that it is causing.
I’ve had a few other surprises over the last week or so. One is a [...]
It’s still snowing here in Maine as we usher in the first day of 2008. There is so much snow that birders here in Maine have now started keeping snowshoe and ski bird lists. We haven’t had snow like this since I was a kid and we had 15-foot high snow banks all winter.