Back to blogging

I have been unable for various reasons to blog for a while, but getting back in the saddle is a good feeling, and I plan to try and blog at least once a week. There have been a few blog posts that have been partially completed over the last 3 months, some of which I will work on and post in the next few days. In the meantime, as an added treat, here are a few pictures of birds! The first 3 are from western Europe, the other 3 are Québecois.

Avocet with worm
Greenshank and Snipe
Dipper
Pileated Woodpecker
Purple Finch
Bobolink

About keithbarrington

I am a neonatologist and clinical researcher at Sainte Justine University Health Center in Montréal
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5 Responses to Back to blogging

  1. Dick Powers says:

    Great Pics Keith. Look forward to your thoughtful insights on the latest neonatology evidence. (And Ornithology!)

  2. Colin Morley says:

    Good bird pictures. You must have a good camera and lens and a lot of patience. We have a holiday house on the North Norfolk coast were there are a lot of waders, geese and migratory birds. If you are in the UK we would love to see you.
    Keep up your evidence blogs. They are unique and inciteful.

  3. Anne says:

    Thank you for getting back to blogging…really enjoy reading your neonatology articles and now that you are a bird watcher too. Hope you watch old movie “The Big Year” with Steve Martin and …..all about watching birds in North America for one full year!

  4. Anne says:

    I am an old colleague Nurse Clinician in highrisk obstetric RoyalVictoria Hospital 1981-2014
    Thank you for your postings.Great reading

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