The blue jays are getting aggressive at my feeder. Acting like eighth grade boys, they pick and poke at each other to get the sunflower seeds. All of the snow must be stressing them out. Identifying the blue jays is easy. However, often birds … [Read more...] about Winter Birding in New England—Part 3
Journey with us from the north shore of Massachusetts (Part 1) to the "Crown of Maine," Aroostook County. Be sure to bring your snowshoes, cross-country skis, and long-johns for the snow is mighty deep and the wind is biting this time of year. … [Read more...] about Winter Birding in New England—Part 2
Have you ever spied a gryfalcon, the largest falcon in the world, in your travels? Probably not unless you are trekking through the arctic tundra. However, a group of birders looking for snowy owls in the Wells-Ogunquit region of Maine came across … [Read more...] about Winter Birding in New England—Part 1
You never know what you are going to find when you open the paper or click on its website. Expecting the usual mayhem and corruption, I was delighted this morning when I spied J. Craig Anderson's article "Tour operator embraces Skype to ease … [Read more...] about Free Video Conferences for Fun and Profit
If you are a Boomer or a Senior, the place to be Saturday, January 31, 2015 is Burlington, VT. Vermont Maturity Magazine is sponsoring the 20th annual Vermont 50+ and Baby Boomer Expo at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in … [Read more...] about BoomerTECH Adventures Goes to Vermont!
Did you know that Facebook has its own search engine? You can look for your high school sweetheart or pals from the service. It's amazing who is on Facebook. You can also research your favorite topic to see if there are organizations or people … [Read more...] about Searching Facebook