Monday, October 29, 2007


Even Woodpeckers need a drink now and again. Particularly after pecking the sunflower seeds out of the Nuthatch's stash spots in the sides of the Goodie Stump.
A Link From Longtime Hawk and Sky Watcher, Kentaurian:

Summary: Comet 17P/Holmes shocked astronomers on Oct. 24, 2007, with a spectacular eruption. In less than 24 hours, the 17th magnitude comet brightened by a factor of nearly a million, becoming a naked-eye object in the evening sky. Look for a golden 2.5th magnitude fuzzball in the constellation Perseus after sunset.
Four">Pages of Images, Links & More at ::"> -- penned by Dr. Tony Phillips

And From the New York Times Link Man, Bill Walters:

NEW YORK REGION / THE CITY October 28, 2007

In a town where pigeons have long been relegated to the status of pest, Eduardo Urbina is part of a loose cadre of New Yorkers who see the birds as gentle, misunderstood creatures worthy of protection.

NEW YORK REGION / THE CITY October 28, 2007
F. Y. I.: Pole Critters By MICHAEL POLLAK

How can a squirrel climb a hard smooth foul pole in a baseball stadium, as I saw happen twice at Yankee Stadium?
Donegal Browne

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