Tag Archive: High Island

Fallout. A birding Nirvana.

This guest post is written by my husband, Steve Hannington. As a young birder growing up in Toronto, Ontario I fondly remember many spring migrations when the woods, the fields and the shoreline… Continue reading

Nighthawks, Dickcissels and Boat-tailed Grackles at Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge

Boy, what a difference in just one day. The same day Central Texas was being pummeled with flash floods and tornado warnings last May we were about 200 miles away at Anahuac National Wildlife… Continue reading

Great Egret and her chicks: Learning to eat takes practice

Think about it. You probably weren’t that adept at eating right off the bat, were you? Chocolate all over your face. Cheerios strewn on the floor beneath your high chair. And let’s not… Continue reading

There’s a lot going on

The dust hasn’t settled just yet, but we landed in Austin, Texas last month and we’re in between homes for just a few more weeks. But there’s been enough dust settling to allow for a… Continue reading