Monthly Archives: April 2014

Birdy Buys: A Blue Tit Teapot

A gift from my friend Cynde, this lovely teapot by Gracie Bone China features a pair of Blue Tits on a branch of blackberries. It’s my new favorite! You can get your own here. It is even more beautiful in person and would make a great gift for the bird lover! Advertisements

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From the Journal: Bald Eagle

Back in June of 2013, a bald eagle flew over my car as I was leaving the turnpike to get on the sawgrass expressway. It was 6am and I had just returned from dropping my mother off at the airport. He flew into a clump of trees, right as you round off the turnpike and […]

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Sandhill Cranes

I returned recently from the crane festival in Nebraska, where I witnessed hundreds of thousands of Sandhill Cranes take off at sunrise from the Platte river. They landed in nearby cornfields where they spent most of the day. The weather sucked. I hadn’t been that cold since I was on the Pennine Way last April. […]

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