birds

(photo courtesy of Kitsap Audubon Society)

Kitsap Audobon Society to host Senator Christine Rolfes

Senator Christine Rolfes has been invited as a special guest to the Kitsap Audubon Society meeting on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. in the… Continue reading

 

Kitsap Audubon presents program on Avian evolution

The Kitsap Audubon Society will host “Avian Evolution: How Birds Got to Be Birds,” by master birder and noted author Connie Sidles from 7-9 p.m.… Continue reading

 

It’s all about birds this month at Sidney Gallery

PORT ORCHARD — The Sidney Arts Gallery and Museum is all about birds during the month of September. The gallery, run by the Sidney Museum… Continue reading

 

Gene Bullock

Confessions of an armchair bird watcher

Curiosity may have killed the cat; but it’s the unscratchable itch that has driven me all my life. It’s an obnoxious trait that impels me… Continue reading

Gene Bullock

Poet to address monthly Audubon meeting

POULSBO — Award-winning poet Holly J. Hughes gives eloquent voice to bird species that have vanished from the earth. She will speak at a Kitsap… Continue reading

A bit about the Swallows of Capistrano

A bit about the Swallows of Capistrano

According to folklore, the cliff swallows return annually to the famous Mission of San Juan Capistrano on St. Joseph’s Day, March 19. The village of… Continue reading

A bit about the Swallows of Capistrano
Red-breasted Nuthatches often hang upside down on suet feeders. Their song has been compared to the sound of a tiny tin bugle. (Carrie Griffis / Contributed)

Bird Song Memory Hooks | Kitsap Birding

Exuberance bursts into song each spring as yards come alive with courting birds. The songs may sound jumbled to the untrained ear, but avid birders… Continue reading

Red-breasted Nuthatches often hang upside down on suet feeders. Their song has been compared to the sound of a tiny tin bugle. (Carrie Griffis / Contributed)