Sugar Maple tree buds
With winter coming to a close and spring coming at us, I figured it has been about time for me to do a post on the sure signs of spring! Sorry for the lower picture quality, I have recently got a new computer and have not gotta photo shop on it yet. Continue reading
Filed under Nature, Wildlife
Logo of the New York State Young Birders Club
The New York Start Young Birders Club is looking for more active members that are interested in birding. Continue reading
Our dog Lily that we recently put down
This is mon@rch and since Young Naturalist J has been computer less for the past few months . . . I have decided to post a few of his Baltimore Oriole pictures that he took in Ohio.
Ruddy Turnstone picture from 2005
Got a picture of this Ruddy Turnstone a few years back, sorry about the low resolution, it was an older camera!
Flooded path going down to the creek
With the foot of snow that we got last week and the rising temperatures, I knew there was going to be some snow melting in some of the local creeks. I will admit on the way down to the creek that I wasn’t expecting for there to be five inches of melting snow on the ground. I quickly realized that I was going to get wet with a small creek flowing under the snow that was on the path down into the creek. Continue reading
Snow falling from the sky
After seeing the news on Friday about a snow storm coming out way our way, I immediately thought “Hey! There is something to blog about!” I went outside Saturday night when it starting snowing and took some pictures. We were getting about an inch/hour of snow and after 36 hours it quickly accumulated. Here in western New York we have not been getting much snow this year, so I was pretty excited. Continue reading