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

A Salamander Surprise

Yesterday (3/9/14), I stopped in at the nature center to walk my dog with my Dad, but not without my binoculars and camera, of course! At one point on the trail, my dad… Continue reading

Stone Mountain 3/8/14

Saturday afternoon (after my Noonday Creek Trail walk), my family and I took a trip to hike up Stone Mountain. While sparse along the public part of the mountain due to excessive walking,… Continue reading

Noonday Creek Trail 3/8/14

Saturday morning, I visited Noonday Creek Trail for an Atlanta Audubon Society walk. While I have seen the start of the creek from the bottom of Kennesaw Mountain, I have never walked along… Continue reading

Cochran Shoals 1/26/14

Last Sunday I visited Cochran Shoals for about two hours. The weather was a chilly 30 degrees and much of the water close to the march trail and around the beaver dam was… Continue reading

Versatile Blogger Award

I am very pleased to announce that I was recently nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award. This award is not a physical entity, but rather a recognition of a blogger’s love for what… Continue reading

Savannah NWR 12/31/13

This morning, I went birding with my younger cousin at the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge as we are staying close to there for the holidays. I have not been birding in a while… 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

Ahh Bluebirds…

“When nature made the bluebird, she wished to propitiate both the sky and the earth, so she gave him the color of one on his back and the hue of the other on… Continue reading