Kateri Kosek

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Kateri Kosek grew up in the Hudson Valley but has lived in or near the Berkshires for several years. She teaches English and writing at various colleges, and at the Renaissance Arts Center in Great Barrington. Her lifelong love of birds has always found its way into her poetry and essays, which have appeared in many literary journals, including Orion.

Articles by Kateri Kosek

IN THE FIELD: Sandhill cranes

Saturday, 17 Mar 2018 - This is not a bird one associates with the Northeast. Sandhill cranes breed across most of Canada in ...

IN THE FIELD: Birds of winter

Monday, 5 Feb 2018 - It is refreshing to hear these noisier-than-usual sparrows chattering this time of year when it is o ...

IN THE FIELD: American Woodcock

Monday, 10 Apr 2017 - The woodcock begin their displays at dusk, usually right around the time it turns dark enough to not ...

IN THE FIELD: Why birds?

Tuesday, 14 Jun 2016 - I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t interested in birds. When I was eight, I started keeping a ...

IN THE FIELD: Common nighthawk

Friday, 27 Nov 2015 - Common nighthawks have one of the longest migration routes among North American birds, wintering all ...