It all started with an egg. Well, an egg shell. Specifically, half of a robin’s egg shell.
It was lying on the ground, a soft blue color, cracked and empty. What happened to its occupant? Were the parents one of those crazed robins that pecked at the windows a few weeks back? Where is the nest? Was it a victim of a marauding bird species? Was it even a robin’s egg?
So many unanswered questions. And the blue, egg shell color, so light, so fresh, so spring!
Whether you are an avid birdwatcher, a serious ornithologist, or a backyard bird enthusiast, search the subject Birds in the catalog and link to resources to:
- identify birds, eggs and nests in different regions of the country
- build bird feeders and houses
- listen to birdsongs
- find bird stories for children
Regional bird watching tours and organizations are plentiful, too!