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text 2021-06-15 09:47
FREE E-BOOK. THE BIRD WHISPERER - Book 3 in The Mattie Saunders Series

FREE E-BOOK. JUNE 15-19, 2021


Book 3 in The Mattie Saunders Series


Love on the rocks, cultures in conflict, climate in crisis,

women at risk, birds on the brink.







Love on the rocks, cultures in conflict, climate in crisis, women at risk, birds on the brink. Romance, action and environmental issues combine for an entertaining and exciting exploration of provocative themes and contemporary culture.


The end of her relationship with rock star partner, Bodine, has left Mattie feeling unsettled and the death of a close friend has heightened her vulnerability. She hopes her fieldwork studying hummingbirds in The Rockies will allow her the peace to heal, but a #MeToo episode with her college professor forces her to flee into the wilderness.


She's rescued by Simon, an Indigenous person and activist for First Nations causes. His care and concern are comforting, and she finds herself attracted to him. But the attraction abruptly ends when they confront an eagle poacher who sells the feathers and body parts on the black market.


The poacher is Simon's cousin and he's not about to turn him over to the authorities. Cultural differences emerge and principles clash as Mattie realizes she has to decide between justice for the bird and her feelings for Simon.



“A very entertaining story with plenty of action and a strong female main character. The storyline is very good and contains several subplots. All the characters “gets” are realistic. A highly recommended novella that was very enjoyable.”





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#birding #birdlovers #parrots #birds #eagles #environment #conservation #animalrescue #pets #FirstNations #MeToo #drugs #IndigenousPeople #pipelines #climatechange #Multicultural #interracial #romance #action #adventure

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url 2020-03-27 07:58
Reliable Uganda Birding Tours

We are the number one birding tour company in Uganda and never compromise with the quality of service and always stand with you to offer the unmatched service as per your expectations and needs.

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photo 2020-03-20 06:15
Get reliable Uganda bird photography tours

We are your reliable birding tour company that offer you a specialized Uganda bird photography tours and help the clients freeze the beautiful bird in their camera for their best memory.

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text 2019-05-14 14:16
100 Birds to See Before You Die - David Chandler,Dominic Couzens

A very thoughtful and unexpected gift from our realtor. He saw it in a used book store and thought we'd like it.

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text 2019-03-17 14:37
Florida birding

Have just returned to chilly Massachusetts after spending the past week in Florida doing plenty of birding, getting a bit of culture at the Salvador Dali museum, and getting my sports fix by attending a Red Sox spring training game and a Tampa Bay Lightning game.


The birding as always was fabulous. Florida definitely has the best birds. We even managed to add three more birds to the life list. Marbled godwit, Nanday parakeet, and a great horned owl.


The owl was a treat, but was too far away for decent photos. Which was a shame because, there was an utterly adorable owlet in the nest with an adult close by.


The godwit was one of those where we had no idea what it was, so had to take some hurried pictures for ID purposes later.


And the parakeets were amazing. They aren't native to the US but colonies have been built up via escapees and there are now enough of them for the American Birding Association to include them in the list of US birds. 



Clockwise starting from top left: Wood stork, green heron, sandhill cranes, great egret.


And here are our lifers (slightly blurry pics, but they were a little bit too far away to get a decent shot).


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