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?
We took a short trip up through Western Arkansas to explore three gardens. In early April the chances of seeing … Continue reading Gardens of the Ozarks
With a graduate degree from Texas A&M University-College Station (WHOOP) I consider myself an educated man. I know what I … Continue reading Where Are You?