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  • Milkweed by Judith Lawrence 7/8/2012 4:49:46 AM
    There is a meadow area beside our house. Many different wild flowers grow there at various times of the year. At the moment, the Common Milkweed is growing there, tall and in abundance. The dusty-rose pompom-like flowers are at their peak an... more

  • Squirrels Find a Tasty Treat by Judith Lawrence 6/17/2012 4:14:23 AM
    This year our two bushes of peonies--one white and one pink-- had a multitude of blossoms. We were looking forward to a good show. Many years we have had a good showing and then rain and wind came and destroyed them when the blooms were full out. Thi... more

  • No Washing on the Line this Week by Judith Lawrence 6/3/2012 4:12:12 AM
    After last weekend's hot weather--summer-like, though still in spring, we're back in cooler than normal temperatures for the time of year. Lots of rain, too. So, no washing on the line this weekend. Though we don't actually put the washing o... more

  • Super Moon by Judith Lawrence 5/6/2012 4:55:04 AM
    The super-moon's appearance last night around 11.30 p.m. was a non-event for me. I go to bed early and am usually asleep by 9.30 p.m. The super-moon is an event that happens about every 14 months; it is so called because the moon appears la... more

  • Hermit Thrush Gives Flute Recital by Judith Lawrence 4/15/2012 4:33:50 AM
    How much we look forward to the returning birds of spring and their beautiful melodies. The winter wren with his involved and long song--such a strong voice for such a small bird--returned some weeks ago, and we have been enjoying his intricate melod... more

  • Case of the Vanishing Bird Feeder by Judith Lawrence 4/1/2012 3:47:24 AM
    It must have happened early in the night because there were no foot prints in the newly fallen snow to tell what kind of animal had taken it away. I am guessing that it was a raccoon but I don't know that for sure. There is absolutely no sig... more

  • Returning Birds by Judith Lawrence 3/25/2012 3:44:31 AM
    With the advent of glorious summer weather, even before spring's official arrival, the summer birds are returning too soon. It is with great delight that we have seen and heard them--the winter wren and robin singing their beautiful songs; the phoebe... more

  • Daylight Saving Time by Judith Lawrence 3/11/2012 4:57:21 AM
    The topic of Daylight Saving Time shouldn't really be under the heading of Nature, but I didn't know where else to put it. Even though I went to bed one hour early last night, getting up an hour earlier this morning has made me extremely we... more

  • A Hundred Million Years Ago by Barbara Hartmann King 2/18/2012 9:04:19 PM
    Perhaps, a hundred million years ago an inland sea swamped the central regions and sea monsters and dinosaurs....... more

  • Weird Stuff #1 by Patrick A Granfors 2/8/2012 2:10:04 PM
    I don’t know why I think up all this crap.... more

  • Winter Pleasures by Judith Lawrence 1/22/2012 6:21:01 AM
    I must say that there's not a lot I like about winter. The cold, snow, and ice are not my favourite things. Some people like winter for the pleasure they get from winter sports like skiing and skating but sports, whether summer or winter, do not give... more

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? by Annabel Sheila 1/6/2012 6:11:25 AM
    Last weekend, on January 2, 2012, I took a picture while taking a stroll through the forest in New Brunswick, Canada....There were green ferns growing, new shoots of lichen and mosses blooming, and an eerie feeling the scenery was all wrong! We are t... more

  • Suddenly a Foot of Snow by Judith Lawrence 11/20/2011 4:50:20 AM
    Environment Canada warned us that it was coming and suddenly there it was--a foot of the white stuff on the ground. They were calling for lake-effect squalls and forecast a possible 10 to 20 centimeters. Well it was closer to 30 by the time it all ca... more

  • Room for all (Not quite) Part 2 by James W. Nelson 10/30/2011 7:21:32 AM
    The Plains Pocket Gopher (Glaucomys sabrinus) is a member of the Squirrel family and part of the giant order of Rodents. With about 260 species they range in size from 7-13 inches including the tail.... more

  • To trick or treat? by sandy steele 10/27/2011 4:47:33 AM
    My dog Susie says... The headless horseman and his trusty dog Once upon a time a farmer, his horse and his faithful companion, a Border Collie named Lucky, were deep in the woods hunting for varmints and tiny critters to eat for din... more

  • Garden Looks Tired by Judith Lawrence 10/23/2011 5:16:56 AM
    It is late in October 2011 and here, in Ontario Canada, we will soon see snow fall. The gardens look tired and we hope to get a start on clearing the last remnants of the plants, pruning the blackcurrant bushes, and bringing in the pots of geraniums ... more

  • A Gaggle of Geese by James W. Nelson 10/22/2011 8:30:07 AM
    There's a herd of buffalo, a murder of crows, a pride of lions, but geese are a gaggle.... more

  • Room for all? Not quite Part 1 The Deer by James W. Nelson 10/16/2011 6:59:16 AM
    Room for all? Not quite. Part 1 The Deer Eleven years have passed since I moved here to the “outback.” I say “outback” because on the other side of the highway begins what’s known locally as The Sandhills. Some of those hills—not mountains—g... more

  • Wild weather by Barbara Spring 10/15/2011 10:04:43 AM
    Lake Michigan is wild today. Wind is sending whitecaps to the shore and eroding the sandy beach. Just yesterday the lake was still and clear.... more

  • My days on the eastern edge of eastern North Dakota's Outback by James W. Nelson 10/14/2011 6:38:22 AM
    Writing drama is my love, and I've done plenty of that. But my blog is going to be dedicated to my first love: Nature. In my drama I've tried to include nature wherever possible, especially the noble Cottonwood tree and my totem, the Crow. I don't gu... more

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