Ornithologi is a creative studio for bird study that aims to describe the life of birds through methods such as illustration, photography, and video. Not only do we blog about research that informs our current knowledge and understanding of birdlife, but we participate in this research as well.
Our main objective is to practice Ornithology and communicate our research in a creative manner. However, through the creative study of birdlife, Ornithologi provides multimedia content for researchers to best communicate the results and implications of their work as well. Apart from our own research on birds, we provide photos and illustrations for figures in publications, and we design logos to help brand organizations or events.
Bryce W. Robinson
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I love it, Swainson’s are my favorite! I’m sure grateful that I got to know you a bit before you moved! I have enjoyed every essay, photo and art piece! Keep on posting Bryce!
I just discovered your blog – what a gift, truly! Your combination of talent, passion and science is not easily found. Even when you are crazy busy and it seems you cannot justify the pursuit, please keep posting – you will make a huge difference in the lives of your feathered friends.
Thank you Courtney! I’ll be sure to make a valiant effort at posting as much as I am able.
Thanks for visiting my blog. Because now I get to follow your avian pursuits! I live in WA and banded raptors during the fall migration for 8 years on the east slope of the Cascades. I live 15 minutes away from the Skagit Flats which is the wintering area for numerous raptors including RLHA, RTHA, NOHA, BAEA and is one of the only places in the states where it’s possible to have a 5 falcon day and we do have a Gyrfalcon this winter. We always have Harlan’s in the winter too. RTHA’s have always been one of my favorites and the Harlan’s are always a thrill. Keep up the great work and the posting!
WA sounds incredible. I’ve been on the search for a Gyr this winter. I hope you have seen it! Where did you band? Chelan? Anyway, thanks for the kind words!
I’m so very happy to have found your blog. It’s truly beautiful.
Thank you Jenny. I’m glad you like it!