The Snow Goose (Anser caerulescens) is a migratory goose native to North America. These geese have two plumage color phases, the “white” phase and the “blue” phase. Both phases feature pink bills and feet. White phase snow geese have all
As spring ended and summer began to show I became more nervous, and excited, about my new potential experiences as a Kellogg Biological Station intern at the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary. I was grateful to have this internship and create positive
When you walk along the shoreline of Wintergreen Lake during the summer, you will hear a bird chirping robotic melodies. You look up as a Purple Martin, the continent’s largest swallow, gracefully swoops up and over the water, looking for
Have you seen our bald eagles yet? If not, come check them out because they won’t look this way for long! Liberty, age four, and Patriot, age three, are our resident Bald Eagles. Both of our handsome boys came to us with permanent wing
Did you know Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count began in 1900 and this will be the 119th annual count? Ornithologist Frank M. Chapman proposed the Christmas Day count as an alternative to the hunting traditions that were in place at the time.