I heard them before I saw them, of course. Their distinctive honk-honk-honk alerts me that fall is here, and winter … Continue reading Fall Migration is for the Birds
On your treks through the woods pay attention to plants that can poison you and your pet through touch, smell, and taste. Continue reading Beware: Poison Plants Ahead
What do the ecosystems of Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Idaho, North Dakota, Wyoming and Oregon have in common? … Continue reading The Demise of the American Bumble Bee
What and where is it? Located in the Wasatch Mountains on Utah Route 25 lives a stand of quaking aspens, … Continue reading World’s Largest Tree Being Eaten Alive
Have you ever gotten lost? Did you follow that GPS through a wrong turn? If so, did you wind up … Continue reading Have You Seen Steller’s Sea Eagle?
Love your birds by not feeding them toxic foods. Birds visit your feeder more often in the winter. That is … Continue reading What NOT To Feed Birds
Winter time brings a variety of animals into our thoughts like reindeer, polar bears, and snow rabbits. Even birds come … Continue reading Can You Name the 13 Birds of Christmas?
Our 2021 summer travels took us to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park in Colorado. We stayed at … Continue reading Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
American Robin (Turdus migratorius) You can readily identify these medium-sized birds by their rusty orange bellies and gray-brown backs (seen … Continue reading Common Birds Across the U.S.
We drove over to Fredericksburg for a couple of days in early May hoping to catch fields of wildflowers, especially … Continue reading Willow City Loop
I love being outdoors, even in the Texas heat. Nothing better than tromping down a hiking trail at a state … Continue reading Got Ticks?