A cold February moon
Left the comfort of my warm house hoping to take some photos of the almost full Snow Moon. Was watching the radar and thought the clouds would break. Unfortunately they didn’t and only got to take some photos in the few breaks that did appear in the clouds. It was windy and 9 degrees so…Read More
A Fall Hike On The Railroad Tracks.
It’s late October here in Northeastern Pennsylvania and, like most years, that means there is plenty of fall colors still on the trees. It was a beautiful, cool, but sunny day today so I left the office a little early to get a look at them. They don’t last long. I hiked out the local…Read More
The Last Of Fall Colors Courtesy Of The Red Oaks: A Hike On The Rails To Trails
It was a chilly, but beautiful, November day here in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Cloudless , deep blue skies provided us with plenty of sunshine. I decided to hike close to home and drove out to our local and often forgotten, Rails To Trails. I usually start my hikes at the entrance on the Stockton Road but…Read More
Autumn Slowly Arrives At The PPL Wetlands
A Weekly Wildlife Report From Community Park In Hazle Township
I continued my afternoon visits to the Community Park near my home in Hazle Township, Luzerne County this past week. On Monday it was sunny and mild with temperatures in the low 60’s when I arrived. I wasn’t the only one enjoying this beautiful afternoon in the park. The shores of the lake in the…Read More
The Sounds Of The Insects Are Replacing The Bird Songs At The Susquehanna Wetlands
In the Spring, the Susquehanna Wetlands are filled with the sounds of the frogs and song birds. In August, it is insects turn to make some noise, and they were on Saturday. I returned to the wetlands in Salem Township, Luzerne County and was greeted by the loud chorus of the singing cicadas. It was…Read More
Florida Day Three. A Manatee Sighting! And A Visit To Nearby Bahia Honda State Park.
After my morning walks on Big Pine Key , I spent some time relaxing and editing photos at the Barnacle Bed and Breakfast. In the afternoon I walked over to the canal again, and, this time I saw two manatees! They were barely visible floating in the water of the cove. Only small parts of…Read More