This gallery contains 11 photos.
Here on the Concord River, we serve sushi so fresh it will flip itself off your plate. Our greens are tender, succulent, and bursting with flavor. Even our insect selection rivals any five star restaurant on the California coast. Nothing … Continue reading →
Tagged American goldfinch, blog about birds, blog about ducks, blog about living on a river, blog about wildlife, concord river, Concord River Lady, downy woodpecker drinking nectar, Great Blue Heron, great blue heron eatin a fish, heron eating fish, Isis, life on a river, life on the concord river, living on the Concord River, River Lady, riverlady, Ruby-throated Hummingbird, ruby-throated hummingbirds, single woman living on a river, stories about living on a river, stories about living on the Concord River, sunfish, sunfish eating bread, Tree Swallow, video of great blue heron, what do herons eat, white-tailed doe, wild rabbit, wildlife of Massachusetts
While filling the feeder tonight, I heard a soft quack behind me. Mama! You would have thought I had just been visited by Apollo, I was so excited. I knelt down to offer her some cracked corn, and she came … Continue reading →
She wears the slow as molasses face on a hot, humid morning. She wears a face that sparkles like brilliant diamonds in the morning sunlight. She wears a face as old as the Nile. She has seen battles, poets, and … Continue reading →
Posted in Life on the Concord River
Tagged A, American goldfinch, black-capped chickadees, carpenter ants, chimney swifts, concord river, cormorant, Duck, flicker, Henry David Thoreau, house finch, hummingbirds, Jumping spider, Mallard drakes, Mallards, Musketaquid indians, Musketaquid river, red-tailed hawk, red-winged blackbird, robins, rushes, sparrow, spiders, Thoreau, Tree Swallow, tufted titmice, wild turkeys