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Second Verse, Same as the First

Northwoods Journal
Saturday, August 30, 2014

I’m pretty sure you now have “I’m Henry the 8th, I Am” stuck in your head. LOL  Sorry!  No, I’m not really. 985 more words


They Have Grown Up Somewhat

On the 4th of July I posted pictures of young cardinals on this blog. Now, two months later, they have become almost full-fledged adults. Almost, because they have not lost their ebullience and still come together to the bird feeder as a group full of energy and enthusiasm. 68 more words


New on 500px : american goldfinch by tpolim

this male and female pair looked like they were playing tag moving from tree to bush to flowers and these thistle….stood here about 15 minutes to catch a few shots of them — http://ift.tt/1qyCOqv




Keep these Feeders Up!

If you live in the northern climes, migrating birds begin to get ready about now, including a couple of our favorites, the Baltimore Oriole and Ruby-throated Hummingbird. 1,118 more words


Green and Yellow

Goldfinch enjoying the cover of the green green leaves on a summer afternoon.

Naturelog: Saturday 23rd August

A bright morning and off to Minsmere with the Central London RSPB group. Minsmere never seems to disappoint, whatever the weather, whatever the season. Its unique collection of different habitats in a single area (Sea, tidal marsh, freshwater marsh, woodland, heathland, reed-bed) mean there is always something to see. 763 more words

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