While paddling Scuitto Lake in a kayak, I tried to be as unobtrusive as possible, but the birds still kept an eye on me (:
Click an image to see how closely they kept an eye on the green kayak.
A note from Steve Schmidt: ” “Deb and I went up to Greenstone Mountain Lookout yesterday, quite a few butterflies up there right now… On the way down we detoured into PCRS and it was a super hot spot for … Continue reading →
At the top of Baldy Mountain at about 7400 feet, we spotted a family of ptarmigan. The hen hustled the chicks off to cover in the fell fields while the male kept an eye on us. The bird’s camouflage makes … Continue reading →
If you are interested in hearing the songs of various bird species, check out the Neville’s bird songs website here. This month he features the black-capped chickadee. … Continue reading →
Spotted by Lynne Borle … Continue reading →
Report from Margaret Graham Thirteen people showed up at Separation Lake at 7:30 Sunday morning in hopes of seeing the Sandhill Cranes but we didn’t see any. However, we weren’t disappointed as we saw 24 different species, including a lot of bluebirds and one … Continue reading →