By birds birding I mean gals outside, birding! I think about this a lot, can you tell?
Birding with gal pals is the new Sunday Brunch! Read about a recent trip I organized, and how to create a day of birding for your own crew.
The aptly-named Tweets cafe in Bow, where often begins a day of winter birding; this time with a friend brand-new to the past time.
Gals in the field have been there all along. Inspired by an essay about solo female hiking, I found some great images from the past.
Early autumn backpacking along the Skokomish river delivered dippers, bats and more.
An early spring trip to coastal Olympic National Park brought waves to our waists and a roaring fire at our cabin to dry off.
What thoughts go through my head when birding alone, as a woman? Let me tell you...!
Seattle Audubon's annual Birdathon fundraiser is an excuse to cover some serious travel ground across the state, trying to count as many species as we can see in 24 hours.
Where are the gulls (girls)? My thoughts about why there aren't more young women birders, and what do do about it.
June along the Oregon coast promises puffins, if you aren't rained out!