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The Birds Take on San Francisco

December 22, 2014

Folks, many of you might know that I've got quite the community of birds right outside my office window. They've all got their own personalities and agendas (though, they all like to eat), but they really spruce up my home office. I kinda like to give 'em personalities based on their expressions and their demeanor…. Read more »

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8 Things Only a Nerd With an Appreciation for Nature Will Understand

September 2, 2014

Craig and the Mrs are ok with our four 2am visitors…they hang out in the birdbath that the pigeons dominate in the day. It's imperative to photograph home office visitors. A recent visitor to my home office, right from The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill…. Always use the Squirrel-resistant Suet Palace, or risk full takeover from the squirrels. (note to… Read more »

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20 Awesome Bird Photos

December 31, 2013

Folks, it's been a great year for wildlife at my "home office" as I've had lots of visitors. I thought the beginning of a new year was a great time to share some of my favorites, especially since I recently posted some tips about how to attract feathery friends (and squirrels, too) to your yard…. Read more »

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5 Ways to Attract Birds & Squirrels to Your Yard

December 23, 2013

Okay, so my "home office" extends to the deck, and I have a bunch of feathered and furry friends who stop by. The wife and I have created the #Crileen Birdography Spectaular (that's Craig and Eileen…) to document the visitors. We've identified 48 species as of September 2013. As a nutty connoisseur, here are my suggestions… Read more »

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Hawk mystery resolved!

May 14, 2011

Okay, I have Cooper's Hawks (banded tail feathers), and Red-tailed Hawks…

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Personal craigconnects commitment (update 3)

April 14, 2011

This stuff is real, my casual way to show I'm following through with craigconnects. It relates to the feedback/action cycle that took several years at craigslist. My team and I are trying to move much faster, condensing years into weeks. While we're figuring out what actions we should take, based on your feedback, here's more…… Read more »

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