Judy Liddell
  • Female
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • United States
Share on Facebook Share Twitter

Judy Liddell's Groups

 

Judy Liddell's Page

Latest Activity

Judy Liddell's event was featured

Will Politics or Science Determine the Future of the Mexican Gray Wolf? at St. Timothy's Lutheran Church

January 19, 2012 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Learn about the history, present status, and possible futures for the Mexican Gray Wolf in a free presentation by Michael Robinson of the Center for Biological Diversity, who is the author of “Predatory Bureaucracy: The Extermination of Wolves and the Transformation of the West” (University Press of Colorado, 2005).Mexican Gray Wolves were exterminated from the wild in the U.S. Southwest and Mexico during the 20th century and only rescued from extinction by emergency captive breeding followed…See More
Jan 16, 2012
Judy Liddell posted an event

Will Politics or Science Determine the Future of the Mexican Gray Wolf? at St. Timothy's Lutheran Church

January 19, 2012 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Learn about the history, present status, and possible futures for the Mexican Gray Wolf in a free presentation by Michael Robinson of the Center for Biological Diversity, who is the author of “Predatory Bureaucracy: The Extermination of Wolves and the Transformation of the West” (University Press of Colorado, 2005).Mexican Gray Wolves were exterminated from the wild in the U.S. Southwest and Mexico during the 20th century and only rescued from extinction by emergency captive breeding followed…See More
Jan 10, 2012
Judy Liddell added a discussion to the group Burque Birding
Thumbnail

Ecology of Black-throated Gray Warblers - Feb. 17, p.m.

Central New Mexico Audubon's Birding Academy will feature Ashli Gorbet, wildlife biologist at Sandia National Laboratories, who will share information and discuss her current research on the on the breeding biology of the Black-throated Gray Warbler (Dendroica nigrescens) in the Manzanita Mountains of New Mexico. Breakthroughs documented during the first season of the three year project will be shared, including behavior, vocalizations, and other surprises. We will follow one pair through the…See More
Feb 12, 2011
Judy Liddell replied to Judy Liddell's discussion Burrowing Owls in the group Burque Birding
"Like most wild birds, they can be spooked and fly. If you are in a location where you can use your car as a blind, such as at the entrance to the Sandia Reservation, that is ideal. If not, stay as far back as possible, move slowly, be quiet - normal…"
Apr 26, 2010
John Fleck replied to Judy Liddell's discussion Burrowing Owls in the group Burque Birding
"Judy - Could you offer some tips to watching the burrowing owls without disturbing them? Thanks"
Apr 24, 2010
Judy Liddell replied to Judy Liddell's discussion Burrowing Owls in the group Burque Birding
"There indeed have been Bank Swallows nesting there in years past. There were 2 parents and 2 chicks last year in one of those cliff holes. I have not been there this year, but the person who showed them to me and lives nearby e-mailed me to tell me…"
Apr 20, 2010
Judy Liddell replied to Judy Liddell's discussion Burrowing Owls in the group Burque Birding
"Bill, What a wonderful photo! Glad you saw several. I only saw one on Sun., but have seen more in prior years. Judy"
Apr 20, 2010
Bosque Bill replied to Judy Liddell's discussion Burrowing Owls in the group Burque Birding
"The following photo was taken south of the Sandia Resort Golf Course (east of the casino) this morning. There are several Burrowing Owls living in a prairie dog colony fairly close to Tramway Rd. just east of the entrance to the golf course. When…"
Apr 20, 2010
Bosque Bill replied to Judy Liddell's discussion Burrowing Owls in the group Burque Birding
"Judy, I looked for the owls at location 2) without success. The points of the compass are kind of confusing there as nothing lines up exactly. The only area I saw that looked like it might host owls is the southern bank of the arroyo, east of Golf…"
Apr 20, 2010
Judy Liddell replied to Judy's discussion Anyone seeing Orioles? in the group Burque Birding
"The Scott's oriole, found only in the foothills, arrives in mid April. The Bullocks, which is more common in the city, normally arrives towards the end of April."
Apr 19, 2010
Judy Liddell added a discussion to the group Burque Birding
Thumbnail

Burrowing Owls

There are two good locations to view them in Albuquerque where they won't be disturbed: 1) just north of the entrance to Sandia Casino a Burrowing Owl is in the prairie dog colony. 2) The west side of Calabacitas Wash west of Golf Course Rd. You will need to park along the street that borders the west side of the wash and then walk down Golf Course across thee bridge that goes over the arroyo. They nest in a carved out opening on the wide of the wash.
Apr 19, 2010
Judy Liddell added a discussion to the group Burque Birding
Thumbnail

Demystifying the Misidentified

The final program of Central New mexico Audubon Society's Birding Academy is this Thursday, 7:00 p.m. at St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, NW corner of Copper and Jefferson NE. Christopher Rustay will focus on birds often misidentified in New Mexico and provide some tools for identifying these birds in the future.
Apr 12, 2010
Judy Liddell replied to david duhigg's discussion Guess what yesterdays wind blew in? in the group Burque Birding
"Where exactly is this rookery?"
Mar 28, 2010
Judy Liddell added a discussion to the group Burque Birding
Thumbnail

Central New Mexico Audubon Birding Academy

Learn all about Pinyon Jays with Cole WolfThursday, March 18Classes held at St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church, NW corner of Copper and Jefferson NE 7 PM - $7.The Pinyon Jay is one of the West’s most fascinating and sought-after bird species.- Flocks of hundreds of birds lead nomadic lifestyles,often traveling many miles in search of piñon seeds.- Unlike most of our birds, the Pinyon Jay usually begins its courtship in November and breeds during the winter.- Most aspects of its ecology are dictated…See More
Mar 15, 2010
Judy Liddell replied to Judy Liddell's discussion Common Goldeneye in the group Burque Birding
Mar 5, 2010
John Fleck replied to Judy Liddell's discussion Common Goldeneye in the group Burque Birding
"How exciting! I've seen mention on eBird that they were around, and have never seen one. Good job finding it."
Mar 4, 2010

Profile Information

Where I Live:
Albuquerque
About Me:
Freelance writer and passionate birder.
My Website:
http://www.wingandsong.wordpress.com

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Duke City Fix to add comments!

Join Duke City Fix

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

Connect with Us!

Members

Regular Features

• "Sunday Poetry" with The Ditch Rider Johnny_Mango

• Daily Photo by Dee

• "Morning Fix" with Phil_0, Sophie, once banned twice shyKitson

ABQ Blogs

© 2014   Created by Duke City Fix.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service