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Deer Watching Last Night In My Backyard, A Very Relaxing Passtime.

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More Backyard Visitors.

Not being a cold weather person, I waited a long time for the arrival of Spring and was very disappointed when it arrived with four inches of snow here in Northeastern Pennsylvania. But it still did arrive and so did the robins and geese. There still is not a lot of plant growth because of the deep…

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The Big Dance In My Backyard, And It's Doesn't Include Basketball Players.

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The Big Dance In My Backyard, And It’s Doesn’t Include Basketball Players.

As those of you following my blog may know, the turkey hens started  showing up in my yard this past  week after a few months absence.  The male gobblers were feeding here all Winter  after they scared the hens  off. Well this morning the hens and gobblers ran into each other and the gobblers weren’t…

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Another Sign Of Spring, The Sun Moving into the Northern Sky.

Here in my backyard in Northeastern Pennsylvania, seeing the sunset is another sure sign Spring is just about here. My house is located on a ridge that runs east to west and my house is on the northern side of the ridge. So, shortly after the autumnal equinox, the first day of fall, I can…

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The Return of The Turkey Hens.

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Birds In My Backyard

Although a lot of snow melted this past week, there is still a pretty  deep snow pack in the woods so I wasn’t going out hiking this afternoon.  Decided to just sit and relax and watch my feathered friends show up for dinner. I love watching birds at my feeders. Cardinals, downy woodpeckers, house finches,…

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Robins, Welcome Back!!! We Sure Missed You.

They are late this year. They weren’t braving that  deep snow cover and cold temperatures.  I’ve been out looking for them for a over week now and I knew as soon as I began my walk this morning they were back. I heard that beautiful song in the morning twilight and knew I would spot…

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Middle Creek, A Great Place To Watch Migrating Waterfowl, Even When the Lakes Are Frozen.

It’s that time of year when all of nature, we humans included, start anticipating the arrival of  Spring. In the bird kingdom, a lot of the migratory waterfowl species start heading north. And for countless years canadian and snow geese, tundra swans and many species of ducks would stop at Middle Creek in southeastern Pennsylvania….

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A Walk on the Railroad Tracks, It's Still Winter Out Here.

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