From 05/25/2012, an excellent Wall Street Journal article titled, Knowing a Hawk From a Handsaw by Laura Jacobs, a historical review of bird field guides.
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|Common as it it, I can't resist an American Robin |
perched in the sun
|A Fox snake added some excitement to our day|
|This was a long, large snake and it slowly |
slithered up a smallish tree.
|The was the first time I have seen a Fox snake; so named|
because it emits the musky odor of a fox or skunk when
|Nest with two baby robins.|
|Philadelphia Vireo - perhaps my best bird for the day. I|
took approximately 20 images but this was my only
|Canada Goose high in a tree, Belle Isle|
|Eastern Kingbird, Belle Isle|
|Spotted Sandpiper, William Millikan State Park|
|Banded juvenile Red-tailed Hawk, Willow Run Airport|