Our last tour to view migrating sand hill cranes in Nebraska was on a bridge at the Crane Trust. Cranes flew overhead as dusk was falling, but did not roost. It was almost an hour later that they started to … Continue reading →
My first day with friends experiencing the Sand hill crane migration in Nebraska. Amazing, and nothing I shot can do it justice. We had a morning tour from a bird blind, which means we were there well before sunup, we … Continue reading →
It’s the end of February and we have recently experienced two nights of frost warnings. The yard already has many blooms, the lettuce is growing, and I hope that we have no more potential freezes. Here are a few photos, … Continue reading →
Today it was hazy at the beach, with sun trying to break through the marine layer – one of those ‘white out’ days. Not many people were around, the tide was out, and all appeared calm and peaceful. Here are … Continue reading →
Africa Rocks, a large multiple exhibit area, has been under construction for quite a while. It is now complete and I must say, wow. The Hamadryas baboon exhibit opened last Monday. It is large, with rocks and hills and flat … Continue reading →
I have not been doing much photography, and I miss it. I recently spent an hour or so at Balboa Park, enjoying the off-season and a glorious Fall day. I hope that you are having a pleasant Fall as well.
We are in the middle of a short cool spell, a perfect time to go to the Old Poway Park. Because it was a weekday the park was very quiet and peaceful. The train was not running, but volunteers were … Continue reading →
About a month ago I found a veritable sea of artichoke thistle plants along part of a local trail. The plants were everywhere, they are invasive to say the least. This week I see that the flowers have dried and … Continue reading →