The year is ending here with a beautiful pink and yellow sunset, what a great way to finish off!
As we all very well know, today is the last day of the year, it also happens to be me and my twin brother's birthday, we are turning thirteen. I have been interested in birds for over two years, and have been blogging since June 2013.
Today I got a great birthday surprise. I was out walking the dog, and right in front of me was two Red Crossbills! My brother had seen some several weeks earlier, which tied him with me for most species this year. It is a lifer, and now that I saw it, I am leading by one species (if I remember correctly)!
I have seen many many lifers this year, this year I started more seriously birding. I don't know exactly how many, I only really started using eBird this year. It has been a fantastic year and I have learned sooo much more about birds, with a lot of help from Christian Artuso. Thank you so much Christian for taking the time with us, we have learned a lot! And you have helped us see lot's of new birds!
The Churchill trip was a huge highlight for the year, it gave me the opportunity to see lots of new plants and wildlife.
Here are some of my favorite picutres from 2014. But there are so so so many more pictures I would have liked to add, it seems a shame to keep it down to this little (which is actually a lot). I might make another post later with more pictures.
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