Archive for June 2021

Wood Ducklings And Hawk Fights At The Susquehanna Wetlands

Warm June weather returned to Northeastern Pennsylvania on Saturday and what better way  to enjoy it then hiking in  the Susquehanna Wetlands in Salem Township Luzerne County. I  started at the wetlands and first checked out the river hoping to see an eagle or osprey out on a morning fishing flight. No fishing birds on…

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Snakes, Toads And A New Bridge At Community Park.

It’s hard to believe that Summer is here .  The warm months seem to pass so quickly. The magical season of  Spring is  over. I have been outdoors every weekday afternoon this past month . I take a three mile hike with my camera searching for the wonders of nature close to my home. Many of…

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The End Of Spring At The Susquehanna Wetlands

It was the end of Spring  Saturday.  It seems like just  yesterday the first skunk cabbages were pushing  through the snow and mud.  And the first robins and red – winged black birds were appearing in the Susquehanna  wetlands.  But it’s Summer now and I spent the last day of Spring , where else, but…

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