Our awesome Near-cation in the Steamboat Springs

Originally posted on Angus48's Blog:
As a second escape to try and mend soul-mind-body Cheryl and I stayed a week at an Air BnB in Steamboat Springs Colorado.  The BnB was cool but the experience was awesome. ? Sunday 15JUL18 we drove up the beautiful Cache la Poudre Canyon to Walden and continued on through Rabbit Ears pass to Steamboat Springs.  Having arrived late… Continue reading Our awesome Near-cation in the Steamboat Springs

One Hummingbird, lots of frenzy!

Originally posted on Angus48's Blog:
Well since completing the yard remodel I’ve seldom taken an opportunity to just sit with my camera and enjoy.  Today was one of those times and I finally captured a hummingbird in pictures…at my house, YEAH!!! Opening scene, a chickadee chills on a branch surveying the rebuilt bird feeder and some idiot ring-neck doves and Jays trying to figure… Continue reading One Hummingbird, lots of frenzy!

Half-way through May and Birding away!!!

Originally posted on Angus48's Blog:
Got some additions to my list of pictures and some that I just couldn’t get an edge on.  Enjoy the ones I got! Yellow-rumped Warbler at Watson’s Lake in Bellevue, CO American White Pelican trying to heave its guts into the air after all its buddies left. Running Deer Natural Area, FoCo, CO Killdeer trying to lure us away… Continue reading Half-way through May and Birding away!!!

Southeastern Arizona Birding

Originally posted on Deb's RV Travels:
Chiricahua Mountains, Portal AZ From the Dragoon Mountains, I traveled around the north end of the Chiricahua Mountains to the community of Portal, AZ on the east side. This is the location of Cave Creek/South Fork Canyon, which is one of the premier birding areas in the country during spring migration. April and May are the peak months.… Continue reading Southeastern Arizona Birding

Songs of spring

Originally posted on nature has no boss:
Ahhh…the return of the Yellow Headed Blackbirds and their wonderful squeaky-raucous chorus making a walk around the local wetlands a wonderful springtime ritual. “With a golden head, a white patch on black wings, and a call that sounds like a rusty farm gate opening, the Yellow-headed Blackbird demands your attention.” That description from the Cornell Lab of Orinthology… Continue reading Songs of spring