Posts tagged ‘raptor center’

Dangerous waters

Posted September 7th, 2010 by kcorliss. Comments Off on Dangerous waters.

I’m going to step away from the warmth and comfort of my compound and offer an opinion which might not be well received among the community of bird watchers, at least some of them. It has come to my attention there are some local folks who have taken up a calling of sorts and have […]

It’s time for this debate

Posted June 19th, 2009 by kcorliss. Comments (5).

Today I ran across an article from Vermont which addressed the comeback of peregrine falcons in that state, titled, Vermont falcons rebound, Once endangered, birds now thriving. A friend who lives down the street from me brings this subject up regularly so perhaps it’s time to have this debate again: How many peregrines are enough for […]

luck is in the perception

Posted June 17th, 2009 by kcorliss. Comments Off on luck is in the perception.

I have a brother-in-law like this…due to various factors, he is prone to accidents. Not catastrophic mind you, but minor scrapes inflict his life often enough to gain him a reputation of sorts. An AP story out of Minneapolis describes a great horned owl with similar habits. Back in 2007, the story says, this bird […]