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Now you see them, now you don't

It’s been a week of appearances and disappearances in my yard and gardens. Last weekend, Wonder Spouse and I were checking out our sad little creek, which has morphed into a series of shallow pools separated by sand bars, when we noticed this: 872 more words

Piedmont Gardening

Busy beavers

Each winter for the past couple of years, the beavers have made quite a mess by felling trees along the creek that runs between two of St. 307 more words

Nature

The dam issue

First of all, I have to apologize for being so unclear about the species ID in the photos of yesterday’s blog.  I inadvertently left out a photo I had intended to include, which would have reduced the confusion about whether the featured animal of the day was a beaver or a muskrat.   462 more words

Nature

Beaver Damage At Como Park

I wanted to share a few pictures of the beaver damage we saw at Como Park during our first spring walk! Every year we see some beaver damage but this year it seemed more extensive. 87 more words

Travel - Livin' Life!

Hungry, hungry beaver

I didn’t see any beavers in person, but I got a good look at what they have been up to on my walk at Tamarack Nature Center today. 242 more words

Mammals

Beaver Fever.

Along route 8A in Hawley, a beaver has decided to turn a tumbling brook into a series of ponds:

It’s pretty, unless it floods your yard and home, or pollutes your well with… 83 more words

Art And Nature

Quill Gordon's Obligatory One-Year-After-Irene Post

It was one year ago this week that Hurricane Irene was downgraded to a “mere” Tropical Storm and kicked Vermont’s ass anyway. Cowardly wench that she was, Irene didn’t stick around for what she had coming to her, and made it clear across the Atlantic before finally fizzling out somewhere over Europe, leaving us with nothing to do but try to pick up the pieces of our tiny, flood-ravaged state. 481 more words

Quill Gordon