Category Archives: Havasu NWR

Shorebird migration begins!

I guess I jinxed myself the other day when I said birding has been slow around Lake Havasu.  The next morning (August 10), David and I went to the north end of the lake and found an adult Tricolored Heron!  … Continue reading

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Migration and Big Year Update, spring storms

Blogging has been put on the back-burner in the past few weeks, due to increased demands from birding, work, and my immune system.  I’m starting to get back into the swing of things, though, so here is an update about … Continue reading

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Big Year update

Things have been very busy lately, and unfortunately I’m not referring to birding!  The past two weekends I’ve gone out of town, first to Phoenix then to Santa Cruz, CA.  Not to mention the intervening week which I spent working … Continue reading

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Spring Around the Corner

I have to admit, late February around here is starting to taste like a flat soda.  Several of the local rarities continue, but there don’t seem to be many new birds moving into the area.  While there has been some … Continue reading

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Mohave County Big Year

Big years will be getting a lot of attention soon, with the film “The Big Year” to be released sometime this year.  Usually when we hear about a big year, it’s for the ABA area (the U.S. and Canada).  This … Continue reading

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