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The Wonderful Month of May
Blessed Beltane, 2022. Continue reading
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Coming Around Again
Nothing stays the same. Continue reading
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Just when I had given up all hope!
I’m a grandmother. Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged animals, baby ducks, birds, blog about birds, blog about ducks, blog about living on a river, blog about living with nature, blog about nature, blogs about animals, chicks, concord river, cute duckies, ducklings, life on the concord river, living on the Concord River, Mallards, mother nature, nature, single woman living on a river, stories about living on the Concord River, waterfowl, wildlife Leave a comment
Lift the Veil
Samhain 2020 Today is October 31, which means today is Samhain, a Celtic sabbat that should not be confused with Halloween, which also falls on October 31 but is Christian in its roots. Samhain (pronounced saa-win) is celebrated from October … Continue reading
What is essential?
How does one determine what is and isn’t essential? Consider this caterpillar; is it essential? It’s a cool caterpillar that lives in oak leaf litter. It flips over to show its pinkish-purple belly, thus playing dead. Eventually it will finish … Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged animals, birds, Blogger, blogs, bluebirds, buffer zones on rivers, Catocala ilia, COVID-19, cutting down trees, cutting trees along a river, essential, FOX News, gardening, Gardens, great blogs about nature, groundhogs, hummingbirds, insects, jet skis, Mallard ducklings, mother nature, nature, neighbor cutting down trees, nonessential, oak trees, photography, songbirds, Tucker Carlson, Underwing moth, virus, wildlife, wildlife blogs 8 Comments
Hey Buddy, can you spare some food?
Nearly 3 Billion Birds Gone Since 1970 According to a new study published online in September by the journal Science, wild bird populations in the continental U.S. and Canada have declined by almost 30% since 1970. Far from Passenger Pigeons, once … Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged all about birds, American eagles, animals, bird feeders, blog about wildlife, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Cornell labs, deforestation, feeding songbirds, great backyard bird count 2020, help birds, mother nature, nature blogs, nature photography, nearly 3 billion birds gone since 1970, photography, River Lady, save the birds, seven simple actions to help birds, sunflower seed, tinthia clemant 1 Comment
Before I say hello, allow me to say goodbye.
I didn’t want 2018 to leave without saying goodbye. In many ways the year was wonderful, and in many ways it sucked. The purpose of this post isn’t to dwell on the sucky parts but to revisit all that Mother … Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged American eagles, best birding blogs, bird blogger, birds of prey, blog about nature, blogging, coyotes in Massachusetts, hawks, juncos, mother nature, mourning doves, nature blogger, new year, New Years 2019, white-throated sparrows, wildlife photography 2 Comments
Summertime, and the livin’ is easy.
The fish are definitely jumpin’, and the thistle is high and in bloom, with a brilliant splash of yellow on the white, downy puffs. I’m sure Gershwin would have written a song or two about such a marvelous sight. This … Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged American goldfinch, blessing moon, brown-headed cowbird, concord river, cowbird, full moon, garter snake, George Gershwin, Gershwin, goldfinch, mother nature, painted turtle, Porgy and Bess, road kill, snapping turtle, summertime, the livin is easy, thistle, toads, vegan Leave a comment
The moon was a ghostly galleon!
Perhaps you recognize the haunting words from Alfred Noyes’ narrative poem, The Highwayman, a story of love, danger, and death. This poem came to mind last weekend as 2013’s largest moon was as ghostly as a pirate’s galleon, reflecting upon … Continue reading