Cherie Pittillo, “nature inspired”, zoologist, wildlife photographer, and author, explores nature everywhere she goes. She’s identified 53 bird species in her Merida, Yucatan backyard view. Her column, published on the 7th and 21st of each month features anecdotes about birding in Merida, Yucatan and beyond. Contact: email@example.com All rights reserved, ©Cherie Pittillo
Two years ago I wrote my weekly column for The Yucatan Times. This year I changed to twice a month. For the next two columns, I’ll share a few favorites that illustrate beauty and behavior from an “artist’s palette” atop a dead tree in the mist to the abstract flight of a parrot. Enjoy my visions of feathered diversity.
Now go out to nature and create your own, either with your mind’s eye or with a camera.
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