Fall Birds of Illinois (September, October, November) Fall migration is a much less hurried affair for birds compared with spring, when various species are rushing to get to their breeding grounds and find the best places to nest. You can enjoy migrating songbirds afield or even in your own backyard, especially if you provide water, […]
Fall Birds of Wisconsin (September, October, November) During autumn in Wisconsin, thoughts turn to bountiful harvests, fall festivals, and, for some, a certain football team at Lambeau Field. A quick drive around the state, however, makes it abundantly clear that the Packers’ green and gold are only two of the colors gracing the fall landscape.
Fall Birds of Indiana (September, October, November) Blooming New England aster, Joe Pye weed, and the first goldenrod, poison ivy, summac, and Virginia creeper leaves turning red signal the beginning of autumn in Indiana. Walnut leaves turn yellow and begin to fall. Bird watchers notice the changing colors of the leaves as they struggle to
Fall Birds of Minnesota (September, October, November) Life could never be long enough to hold all the Minnesota fall days that the reasonable person would hope to enjoy. Fall migration means the disappearance of some nesting birds headed south to warmer climes. It also signals the arrival of some northern species-birds that nest in the