The Bufflehead Birder

June 11, 2008

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Name: Beth Hunter

Age: 51

Location: Ambler, PA

Former Locations: Steamboat Springs and Fort Collins, CO

Other Interests: Photography, writing, reading, horseback riding, camping, martial arts, weightlifting, Russian language and travel, and yes, macrame  beading.

Favorite Movies: The Untouchables, Thunderheart, The Color Purple, Dersu Uzala, Burnt By the Sun, The African Queen, The Inner Circle, Hitchcock’s Family Plot, Harold and Maude, The Last Dragon, Enter the Dragon

Favorite Books: Wuthering Heights, The Black Cauldron, The Burgess Book of Nature Lore, Go Dog Go, the short stories of Flannery O’Connor, Roald Dahl, Anton Chekhov

Favorite Music: Mando Mafia, Bluegrass and Folk, Russian Folk, Bagpipes, Golden Oldies (Herman’s Hermits & The Monkees), Bill Staines

Favorite Places: Kamchatka, Barabinsk, Little Snake River, CO

Email: ehunter1776 [at] gmail [dot] com

6 Comments »

  1. Hey Beth,
    Love your blog. I read a few entries and looked at all the pix. I have bookmarked the page so I can go back when I need a break from thinking and can enjoy your excellent writing and beautiful pix. Thanks for sharing this with me. I’m glad a I got a chance to learn more about you. You are quite fascinating.

    Pax
    DOnna

    Comment by Donna — December 8, 2008 @ 2:13 am

  2. Have you ever been to New York City. There aren’t really strange birds, but a friend noted a cat that looked half like a monkey. Actually, I’d love to know what birds I should be looking out for in Brooklyn, if you know of any beyond the sparrows and the woodpeckers and crows. I’d just be glad to hear from you.

    Comment by floraine kay — January 29, 2009 @ 3:02 am

  3. Donna - thanks. I’m glad you are enjoying the pictures. Birds are a blast to photograph.

    Floraine - I have been to Brooklyn but not birding. However, here’s a link you can check out. http://www.camacdonald.com/birding/usnewyork.htm. Also, you might try a local Audubon Chapter. They are inexpensive to join and offer field trips, many of which would be local. There is a blog “10,000 Birds”, which is on my blogroll and it covers just about anything you could want with birds. One of the bloggers who manages that live in Manhattan. Good luck.

    Comment by admin — January 29, 2009 @ 11:18 am

  4. [...] fantastic conservation post that is near and dear to my heart is given to us by Beth Hunter as The Bufflehead Birder.  If you want to see some up close, goreous photographs of Saw-whet Owls [...]

    Pingback by I And The Bird A Connection Between Human Beings And Nature | The Birders Report — February 19, 2009 @ 8:27 am

  5. Hi Beth, It was so nice to meet you tonight. Your Blog is just awesome !!

    Comment by WendyMMcClure — January 21, 2010 @ 2:18 am

  6. It was nice to meet you today. What an interesting sighting of the crested ducks. We hope you enjoyed meeting Jake and Elwood, our golden doodles. Hope to see you again some day…

    Comment by Theresa & Gary — March 21, 2010 @ 11:05 pm

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