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Birder's Eye View: How birds survive the cold

Savannah Morning News - 08 Jan 2018
Northern mockingbird continues to guard the pole and feeders, even during the snowstorm. (Diana Churchill/For Savannah Morning News). Pine warbler, left, and palm warbler are not sure what to make of the frozen birdbath. (Diana Churchill/For Savannah ...
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Audubon is counting on local birders

Savannah Morning News - 28 Dec 2017
“There are two ways for people to participate - either by joining a team to count within a specific area or, if they happen to live within the count circle, by participating as a feeder watcher,” said Diana Churchill, who writes a birding column for ...
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Winston Churchill's darling Clementine endured his darkest hours

Daily Telegraph - 09 Jan 2018
Clementine likely suffered her first breakdown in 1909 after the birth of daughter Diana, who she immediately ignored, fleeing to a cottage near Brighton. She apparently also had a distant relationship with four younger children. Often mentally and ...
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Freeze frame

The Telegraph - 16 Jan 2018
Slow and steady wins the race is Diana Penty's mantra in life as the Cocktail actress said she prefers waiting for “quality” work. The 32-year-old said she never gives her nod to a project if she is unsure about the part offered. “I don't want to be in ...
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Birder's Eye View: Training your sparrow eyes

Bluffton Today - 16 Dec 2017
Let's face it. Your average bird enthusiast is looking for color and pizzazz. Bright red cardinals, heavenly bluebirds, rainbow-hued painted buntings and vivid yellow American goldfinches score all the awards in every bird beauty pageant. If a humble ...
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Birder's Eye View: One good 'tern' deserves another

Bluffton Today - 26 Sep 2017
I try to keep this column in tune with what is happening with the bird world, and with what I have been seeing and photographing. I also wanted to get a head start on it, since I planned to travel to California for a Road Scholar birding program at ...
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Birder's Eye View: Welcome back hoodies, suckers and rumps

Bluffton Today - 16 Nov 2017
This is a test. Do you speak bird? For the average person, a hoodie is a sweatshirt with a hood, a sucker is either a lollipop or a person easily fooled, and a rump is the fleshy hindquarter of a four-legged mammal. However, for us bird watchers, these ...
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'Darkest Hour' Gets Endorsed by Churchill Family and Experts

Variety - 23 Oct 2017
In addition, Focus has hosted Churchill family members at tastemaker screenings and events, including a showing this month for the International Churchill Society. That screening was attended by Edwina Sandys and Celia Sandys, who's mother was Diana ...
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Birder's Eye View: Oystercatcher research shared on Sapelo Island

Bluffton Today - 03 Nov 2017
You may have heard of a “murder” of crows, a “charm” of goldfinches or a “parliament” of owls, but did you know a flock of oystercatchers is a “parcel?” What, then, do you call a group of people who study the American oystercatcher? You guessed it — a ...
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Birder's Eye View: The big year and the Big Sit

Bluffton Today - 17 Oct 2017
While most of the folks on Tybee Island spent the second weekend of October celebrating pirates, I headed south to Jekyll Island for the fall meeting of the Georgia Ornithological Society. This year, the Saturday night keynote speaker was Noah Strycker ...
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Birder's Eye View: The thrill of something new

Bluffton Today - 06 Sep 2017
Every so often, I get asked why I feed and watch birds. It has been woven into the background fabric of my life for so many years now that I have to stop and think. To begin with, there is the everyday satisfaction of welcoming my revolving cast of ...
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What to Know About the Royal Blood in Princess Diana's Family

TIME - 30 Aug 2017
This year, to mark the 20 years since Princess Diana's death on Aug. 31, 1997, many of her admirers may make a pilgrimage to her burial site at Althorp, her childhood home in Northamptonshire, England. That home, which has been in her family since 1508 ...
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Birder's Eye View: The case of the missing bluebird box

Bluffton Today - 12 Jul 2017
Let me set the stage: Wild Birds Unlimited has been at its current location on the south side of Savannah since 2006. After 10 years, in February 2016, when I went out to the back of the shopping center to take out the trash, I noticed a pair of ...
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Birder's Eye View: A rail of a tale in Savannah

Bluffton Today - 29 Nov 2017
Birder's Eye View: A rail of a tale in Savannah. By: DIANA CHURCHILL. Byline2: Virginia rail huddled under the bush. (Diana Churchill/For Savannah Morning News). Clapper, left, and king rails. Clapper is usually found in salt marsh and king rail in ...
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Birder's Eye View: Name that eggshell

Bluffton Today - 30 May 2017
It all started with a game of “Name That Eggshell.” My co-worker Nicole walked into Wild Birds Unlimited from the back parking lot with a small piece of tan eggshell, heavily speckled with dark brown. “It's sort of large,” she remarked. “Maybe a ...
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Birder's Eye View: Birds wearin' the green

Bluffton Today - 22 Mar 2017
St. Patrick's Day, which was last week, is when we celebrate a world decked in green, filled with leprechauns, shamrocks and Irish music. It's a great day to highlight a few of the birds that either naturally, or with a little help from a friend, put ...

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