Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Another Hummer Fall Afternoon.

Today was another hummer afternoon here at my cave, they are moving south and feeding like crazy. All I have to do is watch the wildflower plants from my patio. 

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Hummers and Moving South

Today my wildflower gardens were full of hummers feeding frantically on the wildflowers. Yesterday there were very few, they are 

stopping over to feed and rest on their journey South.

Monday, May 8, 2017

Flying eaglesT

.Today was a good day for photographing the critters. The Eagles were flying and the one at Boise D Arc was on the nest with one eaglet. Found one of the eaglets at T A 2, it was flying and on the ground. Only one juvenile was seen.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Eaglets--Fledging progress

 The eaglets are growing fast. One is trying his best to fly like mom and dad. I did no get to go today to check on them so I hope it did not fledge today. The weather has been overcast all day and looks yucky. We are going to coyote canyon monday thru wednesday to ride the trails and look for different things and wildlife to photograph. I plan to be out early and back for naps and out again in the late evening.. With the weather being warmer we might luck out and find a bear to photograph. I want to open up my lounger and watch the sky turn black and the stars shine. I hope to do some night timed shots of the stars and mountains. 



Monday, February 13, 2017

Eagles and rain

 Today was a cold gray day here at the cave. I did go to check on the new eaglets at T A 2 nest and did observe the eaglets as they were being fed. The two adults were busy hunting and feeding. Tomorrow we have rain in the forecast and for the next few days and turning cold. 

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Eaglets Arrived

Today when I checked on the eagle nest at T A 2 one of the adults flew in with something in it's beak. Two small heads poped up from the nest. I watched it feed the little ones for about an hour. By the size i believe it to be the male. It settled down in the nest after feeding. There will be lots of movement in the area for the next month or so and I will be nearby. 


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I am a retired investigator that escaped the society of phonies and seek the simple life. I eat, sleep and dream of nature and nature photography. I love mountain streams, valleys and solitude. Good books by Muir, Thoreau, Abby and Sigurd Olson. I enjoy American Indian flute music, Nakai,John Two-Hawks, and many others. I detest rude people, crowds and know-it-all's. "If your pasture is green you do not have to tell everyone" silence is bliss.. There is no more beautiful music than the silence in  seclusion in the woods, the rushing water over river rocks.


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