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                                                      “Goose Xing”                     Watercolor                                              30″ x 22″

I make no excuse for the fact that at times I slow down and work very slowly. I think all of us need to find our own rhythm. 1,127 more words

Don Rankin Watercolors

Type of grass may prevent bird-plant collisions

The type of grass planted at airports may be able to prevent bird-plane collisions in the air.

UK entomology graduate student Diana Miller is determining if a grass variety developed in New Zealand can deter white grubs, earthworms and caterpillars, and as a result, creatures like blackbirds and gulls that feed on them. 376 more words


Last Days of Summer

After the cold and snow flurries last week and the inevitable whining, I felt so relaxed and grateful today as I walked along natural paths, observed  the changes in the trees and bushes. 75 more words

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So What is the Park Like Now?

Two weeks ago Hawrelak Park was full of people attending the World Triathlon finals. The pond, or lake, as the media called it, was treated with chlorine and some ducks and a few die hard geese stayed at the opposite end from where the activities took place, their feathers looking a little worse for the wear.I wondered if the rest of the ducks and geese had left permanently.  88 more words

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Relaxing in the Shade

Canada Geese enjoying the shade under a tree


Birds in the Pasture

When I was in the pasture earlier in the week, I saw this little bird on the fence.  I couldn’t tell what it was with the light behind it, so I was glad when it flew to the other side of me. 57 more words


Luna Pier Birds

This is a bit of a follow-up to yesterday’s “Kiki” post.  In case you wondered what Kiki was looking at, here’s the view.  From Luna Pier we saw Canada Geese and egrets as well as Ohio. 36 more words