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Tag Archives: wildlife photography
One Season Following Another
It’s Autumn! Yay, Summer is OVER!!! Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged animals, Autumn 2022, autumnal equinox, blog about living on a river, Common flicker, herons, hummingbird migration, life on the concord river, nature blog, nature photographs, oak slags, single woman living on a river, songbirds, stories about living on a river, stories about living on the Concord River, summer, sunrise sunset, wildlife blog, wildlife photography Leave a comment
Right on Schedule
The Rose-Breasted Grosbeaks are back. Yay! Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged animals of the Concord River, attracting woodpeckers to your yard, birds, birthday celebration, blog about birds, blog about living on a river, dead trees, don't cut down dead trees, great blog about nature, herons, keep dead trees for the birds, life on a river, nature, pileated woodpecker, River Lady, rose-breasted grosbeak, single woman living on a river, stories about living on the Concord River, tree snags, tree topping, what does a rose-breasted grosbeak look like, wildlife, wildlife blog, wildlife on the Concord River, wildlife photography Leave a comment
Acres of Diamonds
A farmer heard stories of fortune by other farmers who had discovered diamonds on their land and became rich beyond their wildest imagination. The farmer became discontented with his own life and desperately desired the same fortune. He eventually sold … Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged Acre of Diamonds, animals, bald eagles, Blizzard of 2022, diamonds, ducks, john denver, mining diamonds, pair of eagles, raining fire in the sky, Rocky Mountain High, seen an eagle fly, snow blower, sunrise on the Concord River, wildlife, wildlife photography Leave a comment
Feathered Friends and Birthday Greetings
Bluebirds and other songbirds help with a birthday celebration. Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged blogs about animals, bucks, deer, ducks, Eastern Bluebirds, great blog about animals, great blog about nature, ovarian cancer, poems about death, poems about grieving, poems about losing a sibling, River Lady, rivers, songbird blog, songbirds, tinthia clemant, virtual birthday party, wildlife blog, wildlife photography 4 Comments
Summer 2020: Don’t let the door hit you…
I may be in the minority, and that’s perfectly okay, but I am NOT sad to see Summer 2020 hit the road. In fact, if it would have helped, I was available to help pack its bags. Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged animals of the Concord River, Autumn 2020, birds, black lab dogs, blog about being a single woman, COVID-19, death and COVID-19, ducks and wildlife blogs, ducks on the Concord River, grateful, living alone, losing a sister, nature blogs, pets and animals, single and surviving, single woman blog, songbirds of New England, Summer 2020, wildlife blog, wildlife photography Leave a comment
That Which Shall Not Be Named
This blog post is not about that which shall not be named. You know what I’m referring to. No, not him. You know. Yes, that! I’m not going to blog about it. I’m not going to name it. I’m not … Continue reading
No, I’m not referring to the US Census. Being counted refers to joining the The Great Backyard Bird Count. And super easy. Plus you can do your counting in your jammies with bed-head hair if you’re so inclined. Join at: … Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged animals, Audubon, Blogger, blogs, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, death of a sibling, depression, Eastern Bluebirds, feeding songbirds, Great Backyard Bird Count, great nature blogs, grief and grieving, life on a river, lose of a sister, losing someone to cancer, ovarian cancer, photography, Project FeederWatch, songbirds, wildlife on the Concord River, wildlife photography Leave a comment
Life on the Concord River is getting stranger as the weather warms up. Continue reading