Lark Sparrow

Originally posted on nature has no boss:
If there are any sparrow experts out there correct me if I am wrong but I believe this is a Lark Sparrow. This was the first time I have seen, or perhaps noticed, one of these guy out at Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge. It is always fun to see a new bird. Continue reading Lark Sparrow

Some of Our Wild Ducks

Originally posted on Wildlifewatcher's Blog:
Lesser Scaup Ducks Black-bellied Whistling Ducks; Blue-winged Teal Ducks; Hooded Merganser Ducks; Lesser Scaup Ducks; Mallard Ducks, and Northern Shoveler Ducks are all seen at various times each year here in The Villages, Florida!  I also have frequently seen our native Florida Mottled Ducks and Muscovy Ducks. On vary rare occasions, other kinds of ducks such as Gadwalls; Red-heads;… Continue reading Some of Our Wild Ducks

A Biodiversity Birthright

Originally posted on Shawndra Miller:
Last week’s Indiana Master Naturalist class has put me into a state a little bit like that dream … the one where you suddenly find a whole section of your house that you didn’t see before. “This was here all this time?” Since the week-long intensive ended, I’ve been noticing things that previously weren’t on my radar. I’m hearing (sometimes identifying) distinct… Continue reading A Biodiversity Birthright

I, Wonder

Originally posted on Shawndra Miller:
Lake Hawea, NZ A quick program note: I periodically send e-newsletters to my mailing list, with explorations of personal resilience and big-big-picture musings. My heart is full as I share these missives. Click the subscribe portal labelled “Spaciousness: An Invitation” at the upper right, if you would like to partake. (My gift in return for subscribing is an e-book I… Continue reading I, Wonder