« Continue Browsing

Article Preview

Northern birds being seen with regularity

Published 11/07/2012, West Fargo Pioneer

Early November, the time of year when things in the world of birding are waning considerably. Nothing is nesting, very few birds are singing, and the diversity of species has fallen precipitously from even a month ago. The days of seeing 100+ species in an outing are behind us, now 50 is a good day. The migrants which come here every summer to nest have all but deserted us for the season, leaving only permanent residents--such as black-capped chickadee -- and the overwintering northern birds.

Word count: 707

Log In

The full article is available to newspaper subscribers. If you are a subscriber please log in to continue reading.

E-mail:
Password:
 

Are you a newspaper subscriber but you don't have a Digital Access account yet? Click here to set one up. You will need your subscription account number and phone number.

Not sure if you have an account? Email us at subscriberservices@forumcomm.com and we can help you.

Reset Your Password

Please enter your full e-mail address. We will e-mail you a temporary password.
E-mail: