Adventure Nature Writing - Tom Sullivan
I was out on Jordan Lake in a kayak yesterday and after a while I noticed a wild turkey feeding on insects in the sand nearby. 205 more words
16 hours, 41 minutes ago
Das Wanderen Bumble Bee
“A beaver skull. Oh my gosh, it’s a beaver skull!”
I yelled to my husband half-way through our bush-whacking hike through the Jordan lake and panther creek swamp-land behind our house. 968 more words
1 week, 4 days ago
doc ellen's journey
The air was so alive and strong today that even the great blue heron could not stay in one place.
I caught it as it finally quit trying to stand on the dam’s tailrace and launched into the howling wind.
1 week, 6 days ago
I found this pair of bald eagles, one beside the other, perched in this large pine at Jordan Lake.
They are a new pair to me…I wonder if they have a nest here or are they migrants? 10 more words
3 months, 3 weeks ago
I was at the Jordan Lake dam today, early…very early.
This male American kestrel flashed by me.
Sky was grey, he was fast, and the sun wasn’t helping my attempted shot. 17 more words
4 months ago
Ospreys go south for the winter, some go all the way to South America.
The adults leave first in the fall and then the fledgling females. 55 more words
4 months, 3 weeks ago
Sometimes the small glitter blowing in the wind catches my eye and I sneak a quick photo of a detail –
even though I have my 400mm lens with its 1.4 extender attached on my camera.
feather at 560mm
5 months, 2 weeks ago