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?
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.
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
A while back I wrote about starting your own pocket prairie. I gave you three easy steps to get started: … Continue reading Pocket Prairie: Rewards of Native Landscape
So, you have that space in your backyard that you fertilize and water and mow. It gets good sunlight, drains … Continue reading Pocket Prairie: Bringing the Land Back Home
Regardless of your age you know what a radio is. If you are like me, you grew up with that … Continue reading Podcast Review
It is 2AM on a Sunday morning and my terrier is outside barking like there is no end. I roll … Continue reading Opossum, Night Visitor and Friend
I like watching birds at my feeder. A wide variety of my Pineywoods feathered friends visit often, changing as do … Continue reading Blue Jays, I do not like them
A rain garden (bioretention area) is a man-made shallow depression that collects and stores stormwater runoff until it is absorbed … Continue reading Rain Gardens