2014 Early August At June Lakes and White Mountain

I went looking for Black-Backed Woodpeckers at a two or three-year-old burn along US Highway 395 a few miles north of June Lake Junction. While I failed in that endeavor, I found Williamson’s Sapsuckers and Lewis’ Woodpeckers instead. Also found here were Brewer’s Sparrows, Sage Thrasher (juvenile) and Green-Tailed Towhees. I had spent four wonderful … Read more

Collisions In The Eastern Sierra

Later this week I plan to drive north to visit friends and chase birds in the Eastern Sierras. I always enjoy travel to the region, in no small part because of the spectacular scenery. I’ve done some studying about the geology of the area and I’d like to share it with you. Driving north on … Read more