Category Archives: Thrushes


  Recently, I have enjoyed watching the birds feast on all the berries in the woods.  There is one particular patch of what I believe is honeysuckle (and probably an invasive species) where there are tons of Cedar Waxwings, Robins, … Continue reading

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Lots to share

I’ve been trying to get outside at least an hour a day for the past few weeks.  It’s definitely getting chillier out (although we did have a freaky warm day recently!) and I can hardly believe Halloween is only 2 … Continue reading

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How fast they grow

The robins on my porch fledged yesterday morning.  When my husband left for work, we found this one fresh out of the nest sitting on the porch.     I’m going to take the nest down this time because it … Continue reading

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Shore birds

I love my annual beach vacations and I always look forward to seeing shore birds that I don’t see at home.  I’m in New Jersey this week, and the salt marshes near us are home to many birds.  I believe … Continue reading

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A rainy start to the beach

I’m at one of my favorite places in the world–the beach.  I wait all year for beach sunrises and early-morning birds on the beach.  Sadly, it is raining right now.  Yuck. The first night I was here was the night … Continue reading

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We spent last week at a beautiful rental house on the edge of Rough River Lake in western Kentucky.  It was a week without internet just to connect as a family, visit nearby Mammoth Caves, and enjoy nature.  The very … Continue reading

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A fresh perspective

I decided to change up my routine a bit and head down to the river for my evening walk.  The pathway by the river is a little more open, giving me more light for photographing.  Plus, the mosquitoes have been … Continue reading

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