Category Archive: Butterflies

Harris Neck NWR 8/30/14

I am so sorry I am just now getting caught up on blog posts but my computer was having trouble uploading pictures and I have been very busy with schoolwork and everything else… Continue reading

Hog Island 6/19/14

On the final full day of the camp, we took the ferry to the mainland and went birding at four locations. This is one of my favorite parts of the camp as this… Continue reading

Hangover Lead 4/20/14

Last Sunday, I went on a 7-mile roundtrip hike with my family over Easter break to an open rock outcrop called Hangover Lead that overlooks the Southern Appalachians in North Carolina. The view… Continue reading

Slickrock Creek 4/20/14

This morning, my family and I went on a walk led by two naturalists at the Snowbird Mountain Lodge in North Carolina while we are away for Easter break. The walk took place… Continue reading

GOS Fall Meeting Part 2 – Andrew’s Island and Gould’s Inlet 10/13/13

As the second field trip for the fall meeting, my Dad and I went to the Andrew’s Island spoil site and Gould’s Inlet at St. Simon’s Island. We saw a load of birds… Continue reading

GOS Fall Meeting Part 1 – Altamaha Sound Boat Trip 10/12/13

This weekend, my Dad and I went to Jekyll Island this weekend for the Georgia Ornithological Society 2013 fall meeting. Saturday morning we went on a boat trip with about 32 other birders… Continue reading

Cochran Shoals 9/15/13

Yesterday, my father and I went on the Atlanta Audubon Society field trip at Cochran Shoals to see some warblers. We got about 10 species of warblers, and I got two lifers! I… Continue reading

Kennesaw Mountain 9/7/13

Today I went to Kennesaw Mountain to see if any warblers or other cool fall migrants were about. The day was overall slow and quiet, although I did see a Red-eyed Vireo, an… Continue reading

North Tybee Beach 9/2/13

This Labor Day weekend, I went birding twice on 9/2/13 with Diana Churchill at the north end of Tybee Island. The morning high tide was only 6.3 feet, so the assortment of shorebirds… Continue reading

Sewanee Field Adventure Part 7: Slippery Swimming Salamanders

Today the group visited a creek on the campus to do some water quality and riparian habitat analysis. We looked at various qualitative features of the stream like the surrounding shade-providing vegetation essential… Continue reading