Where did the Thyme Go?

Originally posted on BONSAIKO:
Today is Sunday and it’s usually a good day for me to do something creative or just take a break from work.   Work have been very busy and despite of being a Sunday, there’s always work for me to do and should be doing  but decided I want to take some quick photos of my trees and share some of the… Continue reading Where did the Thyme Go?

Warblers exert special pull for many birders

Originally posted on Our Fine Feathered Friends:
Photo by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service • The Kirtland’s Warbler, while endangered, is slowly building its numbers with intensive human assistance. Nearly 50 different warbler species nest in the eastern half of the continental United States. The rest of the world’s warblers reside mostly in Central and South America. I’ve been fascinated with the group of small,… Continue reading Warblers exert special pull for many birders