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Monthly Archive for August, 2012

Fitbit Update

I’ve been reading exercise blogs lately, and they’ve very boring because they’re too centered on the writer so I’m going to try and write a more interesting one.  I’ve been using the Fitbit since March and I’m slowly making progress.  The Fitbit generates an activity score, which is a measure of how sedentary the user […]

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Yellow-rumped Warblers

Last week in the Uintas I saw a lot of Yellow-rumped Warblers, but it was hard to get great shots because the adults were so busy finding insects for their babies.  Here’s the male:     The female is a much lighter color.  The females look more quizzical to me than the males.  Maybe it’s […]

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Juvenile Dark-eyed Junco

The Uintas had a lot of Dark-eyed Juncos.     This was the first time that I’ve seen a baby junco.  For awhile I thought he was a White-crowned Sparrow because they were in close proximity, but the coloring didn’t match.  I kept thinking about his brown back and pink beak and the ID clicked! […]

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Cockatiel Frienships

Stonewall is making progress becoming friends with the other cockatiels.  As long as he isn’t running around, being a spaz, Conner and Trevor are okay with him sitting near them.  Every day he sits a little bit closer to them.   If you’re wondering why there’s a plastic hand in front of the birds, it’s […]

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