Each year, right around this time, I start watching the bald eagles on the webcam at the BioDiversity Research Institute. "Since 1998, BioDiversity Research Institute (BRI) has been playing an innovative and critical role in the development of sustainable practices through ecological research, collaborative projects, and ... Click to continue reading & see more photos
Birds–"a warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrate distinguished by the possession of feathers, wings, and a beak and (typically) by being able to fly". Birds come in many shapes & sizes and are a great photography subject.
Remember that you can click on any photo to enlarge it. Robins?? in the snow!! The wind is blowin'...the snow is snowin'... That's how that old song goes and it is sure true today. We are experiencing what folks from Maine fondly (okay, maybe not always fondly) call a "nor'easter"! Looks like most of the state will get 10" to 15" of snow by the ... Click to continue reading & see more photos
Last week while sitting in the living room and talking to my daughter on the phone, I saw a huge bird swoop from the ground to the top of one of the deer feeder tubes. At first I thought it was one of those darned turkeys but then realized that there was no way a turkey could fit up on the top of the tube. Quickly hanging up the phone and ... Click to continue reading & see more photos
For quite a few years we have fed the deer in the winter, starting right after deer season ends. They usually start to come to the feeders quickly as though they know that it is safe to be out in the open again. This year, there was an ice storm just before the end of the black powder hunting season. Ice makes it more difficult for the deer to ... Click to continue reading & see more photos