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Still Got Milk

When I was a kid, the campaign was “milk—it does a body good.” We were shown images of a young boy in sports attire, drinking his large glass of milk, evolving right before our eyes into a strong, handsome, seemingly now-varsity basketball player with a varsity girlfriend, faithfully drinking his glass of milk to which he obviously owed everything. 560 more words


Sharing the resources

Shorebirds are some of the longest distance migrants among birds,  moving back and forth annually from breeding areas in the far northern hemispheres to wintering habitat in the far southern hemisphere. 457 more words


Willet and Surf

A willet on Sanibel Island’s shoreline



The young: Mallard duckling and Black-crowned Night-Heron yearling. Both at Palace of Fine Arts. Sanderling above, Willet below.


Beach Birds

Laughing Gulls

Eastern Willet??

I have no idea what these are. Brown birds are difficult to differentiate.


San Luis Pass

The toll bridge at San Luis Pass marks the western tip of Galveston Island and that’s where I headed first thing Monday morning, April 6th, 2015. 736 more words

Galveston Birds