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BRENT PENNINGTON A Yellow-rumped Warbler adult male (Myrtle) hunts for insects in the trees along Lackawanna Lake near Bullhead Bay on the evening of 04 May 2014.

A new species – the Yellow-rumped Warbler

Sometimes you just get lucky.  I was paddling back toward the boat launch at Bullhead Bay the other evening, at the end of a 4-mile circuit of the…

BRENT PENNINGTON A Great Blue Heron, the first of the season, perches on a fallen tree in Lackawanna Lake at Bullhead Bay on the evening of 04 May 2014.

Simple Clicks – John the Heron in 2015

John the Heron returns to NEPA this spring!  After a couple of hours on the lake, wondering when they’d be back, I found this one standing on the…

BRENT PENNINGTON A Solitary Sandpiper hunts invertebrates in the Lackawanna Lake marsh on the evening of 04 May 2014.

Sandpipers in PA

It’s funny, you don’t think of sandpipers as being a Pennsylvania bird.  You probably don’t think of them as being an inland bird at all. Up until I…

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An American Robin stalks worms in the backyard on the morning of 19 April 2015.

Simple Clicks – Robin of spring

Or the past few weeks, this image more than other other says, to me, that spring has arrived.  It’s not the first Robin – I found those back…

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Spring feeder birds

It is spring, and with the coming of the warmer months has come a new collection of avian guests at my backyard feeder, all decked out in their…

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Simple Clicks – feeder birds

A few photos from the backyard feeder, where spring has arrived to stay.  The American Goldfinches have largely moved through, although a few individuals are still in the…

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Simple Clicks – gone for the winter

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Simple Clicks – early spring feeder birds

Just a few captures from the backyard bird feeder over the past few weekends.  The snow wasn’t the greatest conditions to be working through, but it did add…

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Simple Clicks – crow tracks in the snow

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The end is nigh!

The end of winter, that is.  And I present as evidence the little guy (or girl): the American Goldfinch.  Absent these past several months, the Goldfinches are returning…

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Simple Clicks – takeoff

A couple of neat finds from my hike on Sunday afternoon.  We’d had an inch or two of snowfall the night before and the woods were filled with…

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Eagling 2015

0600 – It’s still dark when the alarm goes off.  If I can get my feet on the floor I’m fine, but that first step is the hardest,…