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2014-04-29 00:39
Last month one morning, shortly after sunrise, I was able to witness the intricate American Avocet mating behavior. I suppose you can say spring has sprung.These two photos show the female i… Read More
2013-09-08 21:35
I love to hike. In fact, I try to take a 5-10 mile hike each weekend. I just can’t think of a better way to get a few hours of solitude, while also getting great exercise, and an excus… Read More
2013-05-19 20:14
As a fun home project, my daughter and I decorated and hung a chickadee house this spring. Within a few days, we had a chestnut-backed investigating it.We watched the Chickadees faithfully b… Read More
2013-02-26 01:07
As a follow up to the previous Surf Scoter post, here is a shot of one snacking, taken last Friday.One of the things that makes Shoreline Lake unique (aside from its proximity to the Bay) is… Read More
2013-01-03 17:57
I'm a fan of Google+, and those interested in nature and photography (and nature photography!) should give it a look if you haven't already.If you are familiar with Google+ already, check ou… Read More
2012-08-20 05:23
Ever wonder what those small 'orange moths' are that you see in the lawn and garden?  They are a type of butterfly called a skipper, and one of the most common is the one shown below, t… Read More
2012-05-13 04:55
The Palo Alto Baylands happens to be about 10 minutes from where I work, so I occasionally drive up there on days I arrive at work extra-early.The Baylands have been interesting - the only p… Read More
2012-02-08 05:23
When I moved to California, some birders I know said "my condolences" when I mentioned I'd lived in Arizona before.  Arizona's reputation for being a wildlife mecca is well known, and t… Read More
2012-01-05 14:39
Recently I stumbled upon a Great Blue Heron.  OK, that's not uncommon - Great Blue Heron are common across much of the USA, and especially areas with lots of lakes, ponds, streams, and… Read More

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