Some of the Birdfreaks (Jennie and Dakota from Ohio and Mom/Dad [Grandma/Grandpa] in Illinois) traveled to Maine this June. Birds, mammals, snapping turtles in the road mixed with a whole lot of natural wonders and history made this a memory-building experience! The rest of the drive to Maine included driving around Lake Champlain, visiting the
Random Osprey in Florida.
I love sites that collect groups of goodness, especially videos and imagery. I was directed to a website through a friend that is absolutely amazing called ARKive. It is a collection of images and videos using some of the best photographers and videographers of nature. Wildlife films and photos are vital weapons in the battle
Welcome to Rhode Island! We have made it to Rhode Island with a backlog of photos and information. We’ve been pretty busy but here is a shot of an Osprey nest at Rhode Island Audubon’s Marsh Meadows. Notice that the Ospreys are being videotaped and there is a House Sparrow to the left that is
Osprey Once a bird whose numbers were declining and now a success story of conservationalists, the Osprey can be found in bountiful amounts in coastal Virginia. On a recent family vacation to Virginia, Snowy Owl (Susie) encountered a large population of Ospreys along the Rappahannock River and the Slough Creek inlet of the Chesapeake Bay