Or is the goose the avian muskrat? These are the big questions. First, the goose, nice and fat. Then the biggest muskrat I’ve ever seen, hanging out with its lunch. Imagine what […]
It’s good to get out of the house and see the world getting on without us. On Friday, it was an eared grebe in the lily pads on Gardom Lake. It was […]
Simple. Just wait. Problem solved.
When is an invasive species not, well, an invasive species? Chinese Elm Fooling Around With Light and Shadow Because it Can I mean, a really invasive species, with a kazillion seeds that […]
Praise to an orchard that left apples on the ground for the neighbours. The geese are contemplative about it, the robins (to the left) are quiet, the starlings are hidden in the […]
It can be done. Humans aren’t the only ones who have fun around this place, I tell ya!
The balance between water and other forms of energy is written on the land. It is written in colour and form, down to the finest level of correspondence. You cannot say: […]
Sadly, one flicker can’t say the same.
Canadians are such nature lovers. Look how this family has spent $1,000,000 easy to build a bird house… … for swallows! No expense spared.
The process of spreading pollen among pine trees when the wind isn’t blowing is simple but energy intensive. Now, can you imagine having that kind of power? (He asks, as the […]