Category: Blog

Birding App Testers Needed

Would you like to test and give feedback on a new app to help learn your birds? Then read this letter from Chris Duke: I am a PhD Biology student at Washington State University, and I have just released a Read More…

President’s Perch – Volunteers Needed

Did you know the Stanton Bird Club will turn 100 years old in 2019? While this may seem like a long way from 2015, the Stanton board of directors and other dedicated members have started to plan for this upcoming Read More…

It’s Fledgling Season

Right now is the time to be looking for baby fledgling birds in your yard. Up until now mommy and daddy have been busy incubating eggs, followed by feeding nestlings. But all of this has been going on out of Read More…

The Day The Birds Came Home

Spring migration is something all bird watchers look forward to. The long hard winter with relatively few birds is hard to take. And then spring migration begins… slowly at first; agonizingly slow. It starts with the blackbirds, and the Phoebes, Read More…

President’s Perch

As I reflect upon Earth Day 2015, I would like to take a moment to bring you up to speed on some of the wonderful things going on within your Stanton Bird Club! As warmer weather approaches, our dedicated stewardship Read More…