Visiting The Gabbert Raptor Center

This week, I went to the Gabbert Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota. I went on a guided tour and learned about many different kinds of raptors. Some of them were injured and stayed at the center for a little while; others were there because of human imprinting. Human imprinting is when an animalContinue reading “Visiting The Gabbert Raptor Center”

Snowshoeing at North Mississippi Regional Park

On Tuesday, I went to go snowshoeing at the North Mississippi Regional Park. While I was there I got some pictures of some cool birds. Even though it’s winter, the river is still moving. It’s never safe to walk onto a river. At North Mississippi Regional Park, I found a White-breasted Nuthatch. They get theirContinue reading “Snowshoeing at North Mississippi Regional Park”

Long-Eared Owl

Today I found the Long-Eared Owl. Long-eared owls are fairly common in Minnesota. Long-eared owls are prey for raptors such as Bald Eagles, Red-tailed Hawks, Barred owls and Great Horned Owls. What is interesting about owls is that they rotate their heads 270 degrees. Please subscribe to stay up to date on my blog. ThanksContinue reading “Long-Eared Owl”