Yesterday, from down the Jersey Shore – framed in part of another’s house, …a Sea Gull takes flight on a ‘subdued light’ morning.
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A TALE OF TWO HOODED MERGANSER FRIENDS
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Staying in Place …in a Pandemic
As we reel from the Covid-19 crisis, staying in place is critical to contain the spread of the virus. Meanwhile, in our backyard today, life went on as usual.
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Backyard: A Red-tailed Hawk Visits – TWICE
This Afternoon, (12/20/19) – Our Backyard
Below, …a little over a week earlier, this impressive hawk (that had been perched on the same branch as above,) was spooked (by me!) into moving a bit deeper into the trees.
Last image above: Probably about two years old, hawk-eye started acting silly, like any two year old, and in seconds, flew away. Thirteen days later he returned, as captured in the first two pictures at the top.
Thanks to Disperser Tracks for catching my initial error in ID’s this as an Eagle. Live and learn! M 🙁
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Some twenty-five years ago, my carrier often took me on the road, occasionally providing time and places to explore. In this case it was a few miles east of Wellsville, NY – Allegheny County, just a few miles north of the central Pennsylvania boarder. I walked along an old, rickety railroad track that had seen better days, and captured these images, and a souvenir hidden in the Brush with a long ago downed and forgotten telegraph pole.
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