Archive for February 2017
In Search Of Bald Eagles: A Scenic Ride Along The Delaware River.
I was excited when my brother Mike suggested we take a road trip to look for bald eagles along the Delaware River this weekend. I always get excited whenever I get the opportunity explore new places and what better way to spend a Saturday than looking for eagles. So my brother, his son Mikey and…Read More
Snow And A Snow Moon In The Mountain View Cemetery
Well, Winter returned to Northeastern Pennsylvania today. It has been a mild, and pretty much snow free, Winter so far this year but about four to six inches of snow fell today. And, after the snow ended, a strong northwesterly wind brought in some clearing, and frigid temperatures. I am not a big fan…Read More
A Very Early Spring At The PPL Wetlands.
The record temperature today here in my hometown of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, is 16 degrees below zero. That is pretty darn cold. Although it is not that cold every year, most years we still have some snow cover, cold temperatures and ice on the ponds and lakes in our area in late February. Not this year.…Read More
Back To Winter At The PPL Wetlands
After a record setting week of warm temperatures, more seasonable cold weather returned to Northeastern Pennsylvania today. I decided to see if the recent warm weather brought some early migrating water fowl to the PPL Wetlands. I arrived under cloudy skies, temperatures in the upper 20’s and with a few passing snow showers. I found…Read More