Winged Creatures Yesterday

The weather is growing cooler and the animals are about. Yesterday morning I spotted something different about a log in the pond. Not knowing what it was, I zoomed in and took a picture of a resting Mallard hen (see below), looking very much like a piece of wood. Also took pictures of an AcornContinue reading “Winged Creatures Yesterday”

Two Letters to a Friend in Norway โ€“ ‘Once in Brahman, Always in Brahman’

[One] Thank you for the link to the interview with Vesey Chrichton. Very interesting. I had a similar experience (except for attending Eton, of course…), just sort of fell into training and networking protocols for computers, and I was quickly drawn to research, write and teach courses, later managing the process. Reading and listening toContinue reading “Two Letters to a Friend in Norway โ€“ ‘Once in Brahman, Always in Brahman’”

An Active Spring Day at Nance Pond

I went down in the canyon around noon today to swap out two gamecam chips, and took my camera. I was rewarded by several uncommon sights, notably a pair of turtles, a vulture, a starling feeding in the pond, and a red-tailed hawk. Please enjoy these 12 photos ๐Ÿ™‚

Red-tailed Hawks and Sunrise

The raptors here enjoy hunting from the tall snags in Nance Canyon, affording me some excellent photo opportunities. Yesterday I saw a pair of Red-tailed Hawks in the canyon, and also took pictures of yesterday’s and today’s sunrise. Please enjoy these six pictures:

Winged Victory Arrived Today

I looked out to the canyon this morning and roosting on a large snag was a Red-tailed Hawk, poised for the hunt. A little while later, I heard the gentle flute-like sounds of the Sandhill Cranes flying high overhead. Please enjoy these two photos of winged victory ๐Ÿ™‚