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.
RDP SATURDAY: WILDERNESS The area in which we live is definitely rural, but I never considered it wilderness until suddenly, after 20 years of receiving packages from every known delivery service, we can’t be found. We have disappeared. We get… Read More ›
Standing Up for What is Just and Equitable | Your Great Outdoors – Reblog – By David J. O’Neill, President
This week marks my first week as President of Mass Audubon. I had planned to introduce myself to all of you by sharing my excitement and enthusiasm for what lies ahead. And I am extremely excited t… Source: Standing Up… Read More ›
I kept wondering why I never saw a bluebird. Ever. Not here or in New York. And I know they live here. This morning I got up and looked out my back windows and the deck was full of bluebirds!
I know they should be red, white, and blue … but the bird came back today a few times and I got more interesting pictures today. What an interesting bird he is! the designs on his wings which might look… Read More ›
When I got up early this morning — with every intention of going directly back to bed — but I took a look at our deck and started to laugh. I have never seen that many squirrels at one time,… Read More ›
A medley of spring birds These are as many birds as I could photograph before they decided to fly into the trees. I think it’s personal. They see me and they hide — or fly. In addition to what you… Read More ›
In the middle of the morning, the power went out. I took bird pictures, many of which were blurry, but it was raining really hard and besides, I can’t see very well. It’s absolutely amazing that these little bright Goldfinches… Read More ›