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Grandpa’s Place

12-10-17  up on the old logging roads above my family’s cabin in the Mission Mountains

There is a flock of little birds flitting through the trees around me as I hike up the driveway to the frontage road.  1,370 more words

Birds

Going, Going, Gone

‘Tis the time in northern Arizona when many people start asking: “So when are you closing up and heading back to (fill in the blank)?”  After all, pine needles are dropping like crazy, occasionally the lovely smell of a wood-burning fireplace permeates the air, fall decorations adorn our doors and tabletops, and we hear about plans for Halloween costumes and parties. 527 more words

Birding

Our Busy Nuthatches

One of my most favorite bird species in Munds Park is the Pygmy Nuthatch. I think I like them so much because they are so unafraid, and bold, and gregarious.  358 more words

Birding