August photo a day challenge: Goldfinches written by citysonnet It was a bright and sunny day and the Goldfinches were out enjoying the black oil sunflower seeds. It was so sunny that many of the pictures burned the goldfinches making their… Read More ›
We had a storm today, the remnants of Isiais. As a hurricane, did some serious damage from North Carolina though Connecticut. By the time it showed up in Massachusetts, it was no longer a hurricane. It was barely a tropical… Read More ›
A Photo a Week Challenge: Threes and Threes Three is a good number. It’s considered one of the lucky numbers (the other is 7) and somehow, things look very good in sets of three.
THE CHANGING SEASONS – JUNE 2020 – AND SO MUCH MORE … What a strange and haunted year we have had. We are living in a world we never imagined except perhaps as a science fiction novel of the dystopian… Read More ›
When Owen came upstairs this morning, he looked out the window and realized the birdfeeder was missing. It’s a very big feeder and (used to) hold almost 20 pounds of seeds. We had the feeders down for a few weeks… Read More ›
The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) recently confirmed that there are now more than 70 active Bald Eagle nests in the Bay State, including the first nesting effort on Cape Cod since 1905. This nest, located in a… Read More ›
FOTD – June 16 The Wild Garden of Worcester When you totally neglect a garden — even if you have a very good reason, like, for example you are trying to not die — eventually it goes completely out of… Read More ›