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Naughty or Nice; Definitely Human Terms

Recently took a Trek up north Florida to Viera Wetlands.  Witnessed was totally unexpected and reminded me once again of Nature’s sustainability.  Never expected to see an American Bald eagle, nor did anyone else, especially the Coot.  Started innocently enough, crow … Continue reading

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Reflecting the Sunset of Strength

Finding, cultivating, mating and laying, they forged on, little did they know we were watching. Thanks to the dedication of Ithaca’s Cornell lab of Ornithology, we the public were granted the precious opportunity to observe a mating pair of Great … Continue reading

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Great Blue Heron’s are Growing..

Remember these lil guys? Well guess what they’re doing now! BRANCHING out on their own! They are all hatched and totally getting ready to FLY!  This is what you call “branching”, little by little inching their way out of the … Continue reading

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