Gulls, gulls and more gulls

Friday, January 14th, 2011

I know we have all heard the saying, “birds of a feather flock together,” but I now have proof positive that it is true! Every year in January, I attend the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival in Titusville, Florida. One of the field trips advertised during the event is the Gull Fly-in at Daytona […]

Fall in Florida

Friday, November 6th, 2009

At this time of the year, we enjoy seeing photos of beautiful Fall foliage “up North” or “out West.” Winter, cold and snowy, cannot be far behind in such places, and may arrive even earlier than expected. Pictures from last month’s snow storms in both Colorado and New England are cases in point. How dramatically […]

Feeling crabby?

Sunday, September 27th, 2009

Pity the poor crab. Just because they waive their claws menacingly when approached does not mean they have mean dispositions. They merely stand their ground, strike a defensive pose, and show off their formidable weapons. This seems like fair warning to would be molesters. However, crabs can deliver a nasty pinch as I have experienced […]

Serendipitous bird photos…

Sunday, August 30th, 2009

After “creeping out” a few folks with spider tales and macros, I thought it best to showcase birds this time. Less scary? Like many others, I enjoy birding and often point my camera in their direction. In the summer, snow birds have flown north from Florida and have not yet returned. Birds are in their […]

Spider update…

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Just two days after I confessed to a disappointing lack of skill in when it came to outwitting a speedy spider, I once again held my human head high. As mentioned, a hunting spider had staked its claim on my master bathroom and bedroom which is a bit too cozy for me. One evening, about […]

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