A Bountiful Spring Migration and Exciting Summer!

This has been some Spring Migration! I saw all kinds of warblers! My birder friends saw Indigo Buntings, Ruby-throateds! I saw Orchard Orioles, Baltimore Orioles, Golden Wing Warblers, the works!!

Unlike last spring and summer I was in North Carolina. Not this year. I have been settled in Lincoln where I live for the time being mostly because I just graduated with my PhD. Check out spatial human for that.

I just got back from Boulder, CO yesterday as I was there for a conference (Feminist Geography Conference 4th annual). I took some photos of birds while there.

I wanted to see the Steller’s Jay, but I did not go the patch where they are commonly seen. They love conifer woodlands.

Check out my birds from May to present!


And birds seen in latter part of June in Lincoln:

Make everything as beautiful as them.

-every griever

Published by Christy Hyman, PhD (spatialhuman6)

Historical Geographer, digital humanist, mother, griefworker, activist, advocate

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