Joined: Jan. 2006
I also sight at least two or three ospreys a day, but they are of the mechanical variety, living all next to Lejeune.
Richard, the biggest advantage I have for watching the critters is having a butt load of time on my hands. It contributes significantly to my ADHD-like eclecticism, I think.
Or I might just be politely referred to as eccentric, who's to say?
When I was on my bird-watching binge (before the computer purged for me), I just spent a lot of time quietly in the kitchen looking out the windows with and without binoculars. I can't sit or stand for very long periods, but sometimes I can alternate for good stretches, and being inside tended to disturb the wildlife less.
Of course, once the kids get out of school for the summer, that's pretty much the end of that.
Lou FCD is still in school, so we should only count him as a baby biologist. -carlsonjok -deprecated
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