Monthly Archives: October 2017

Siesta Key Beach: Seabirds at Sunset

Siesta Key, just off Florida’s west coast, is a barrier island protecting mainland Sarasota. These naturally formed islands protect the mainland from disasters like the onslaught we’ve very recently just seen. While the Key is home to a constant influx … Continue reading

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Birds of Costa Rica: StaceBird Rambles

Now, I won’t tell you I’m an expert. But for someone who has enjoyed such a feathered life as mine, I’ve certainly got a handle on them and, if my binoculars haven’t yet, they’re getting ready to because girl is … Continue reading

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Bird-centric business cards, a @stacebird speciality!

So I’m working on some new business cards, which is always fun, through Moo.com which is an awesome company I’ve patronized on various occasions over the years. I’ve always been pleased with the outcome.. The cards always great fun to give … Continue reading

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Southward on tireless wings..

So while I’m headed southward, I don’t have the advantage of tireless wings. Or any wings for that matter. Rather I’m talking about the tiny songbirds flying ever-southward, primarily under cover of darkness to evade daytime predators like hawks and falcons. … Continue reading

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