This post provides an extended list of other, recent posts of current interest. These other posts are sorted by date, with the most recent in the list being first. They can be a mix of different categories (e.g., events, field trips, book reviews, or articles written by professional nature journalists, local authors, or chapter members).
What else can I expect to find here? This web page is a container for an extended list of recent posts that were either once featured on the homepage (i.e., marked with the category Featured) or that were posted when there was an overflow of recent posts being posted on the website (i.e., there are at most ten slots for featured posts on the homepage).
Other Recent Featured Posts
- After much persistent effort, Joe Fitzgibbon was able to acquire and contribute to the Sangre de Cristo Audubon Society website the eight-page final report for the 2016 Los Alamos Christmas Bird Count by Mouser Williams. According to Joe, Mouser Williams was the organizer, driving force, coordinator, and compiler of the Los Alamos Christmas Bird Count… Continue Reading … » » »
- The world has changed. Do we mourn? Or love what’s still here? It’s a crisp, late fall morning in Santa Fe. Larry Rasmussen, a Lutheran lay minister, and I sit side-by-side at his kitchen table. Sometimes we look at one another. But mostly we both look out the picture window. The sky is an iconic… Continue Reading … » » »
- They’re Back! Hummingbirds Return to New Mexico! This is the week when just a few reports of hummingbirds becomes a chorus of sightings. Many birders swear that hummingbirds return on April 15th, or so. It’s true that many of you see a hummingbird for the first time in the middle of April but we’ve had… Continue Reading … » » »
- This upcoming evening program is at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, 12 April 2017. Our April speaker, Chuck Hathcock, is a wildlife biologist currently working for the Department of Energy as the lead for Biological Resources Management. His passions are in wildlife conservation and understanding bird population demographics. Link to Event Read about it Description of his… Continue Reading … » » »
- Cheerios had its heart in the right place. It wanted to help save America’s imperiled bee populations because, after all, the animated “pitchman” for its Honey Nut variety is a honeybee. But like every tasty toasted oat in every Cheerios box, the rescue plan had a hole. Cheerios, owned by General Mills, stuck 1.5 billion… Continue Reading … » » »