Tundra Swan Visits Utah

I was browsing the internet on ABC4.com and came across an article called, Tundra Swan visits Utah. Here is the article that I found:  http://www.abc4.com/content/news/state/story/Tundra-Swan-visits-Utah/m6hHX8BL8ECWoKbGKw08Zw.cspx “HOOPER, Utah (ABC 4 News) – A very elegant visitor is in Utah right now, but they will only be here for another two weeks. The Tundra Swan is resting […]

Lisa Bearnson: It’s For the Birds Plus First HSN Product Revealed!

  I went to my dear friend, Lisa Bearnson’s blog and found this entry that she just posted. Yesterday Lisa and my other dear friend, Julie Pacini went to the Farmington Wetlands to enjoy the wildlife on the last day before the area is closed for nesting season.  We all had other things that needed to […]

The Tundra Swan, Not An Ugly Duckling!

The Tundra Swan is so breathtakingly beautiful. My husband and I sat for more than 30 minutes watching these mesmerizing birds. The following information was taken from:  http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Tundra_Swan/lifehistory Cool Facts The whistling swan, the American race of the Tundra Swan, currently is considered the same species as the Eurasian race, the Bewick’s swan. They were […]

Seven “Little” Eagles Sitting in an Old Dead Tree!

The Farmington Bay Wetlands is buzzing with activity. This is the time of year when you can see the most diverse bird mania. The bald eagles are numerous and very busy. The wetland area will close in just a few days for breeding season. EAGLE’S NEST Come quickly with me lest the sun sinks into […]