Take Note!

Take Note!

I’ve included a few of the different notes from various birding note books I have kept over the years. Taking notes jogs the memory when the memory sometimes needs a nudge. The older you get the better these birds become.

Birding Note Book 1981 (Hudsonian Godwit). Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1981 (Hudsonian Godwit)

Birding Note Book 1982 (Sharp-tailed Sandpiper). bill morton

Birding Note Book 1982 (Sharp-tailed Sandpiper).

Birding Note Book 1982 (Long-toed Stint). Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1982 (Long-toed Stint).

Birding Note Book 1983 (Steller's Eider). Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1983 (Steller’s Eider).

Birding Note Book 1986 (Nutcracker). Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1986 (Nutcracker).

Birding Note Book 1987 (Harlequin Duck). Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1987 (Harlequin Duck).

Birding Note Book 1988 (Pom Skua & Pec Sand). Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1988 (Pom Skua & Pec Sand).

Birding Note Book 1990 (Am Bittern et al). Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1990 (Am Bittern et al).

Birding Note Book 1990 (Swallow & Pacific Golden Plover).. Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1990 (Swallow & Pacific Golden Plover).

Birding Note Book 1995 (Lesser Scaup & Pec Sand). Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1995 (Lesser Scaup & Pec Sand).

Birding Note Book, 1986 (Pacific Golden Plover et al). Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1998 (Temminck's Stint & Little Gull).Bill Morton

Birding Note Book 1998 (Temminck’s Stint & Little Gull).

Birding Note Book 1998 (Med Gull). Bill Morton

It’s always worth taking notes on whatever you’re observing. I ‘m still checking back to notes I have made even years ago.