Who Whoo

A few weeks ago, my husband and I were wondering through the forest, when he suddenly whispered my name “Jasmin!” I turned around and he quietly and slowly told me there was an owl in the tree. My initial response, “are you joking?” He was not joking. It was actually a very frightening experience! ThisContinue reading “Who Whoo”

Goodbye Winter!

The seasons are changing and the spring migration has been quite exciting to see! But I have images from February that I want to share before getting into Spring! This post will be more pictures than text, so please enjoy viewing! Red-breasted Merganser’s do an entertaining dance with cute little calls to accompany. The littleContinue reading “Goodbye Winter!”

My Snowy Owl Obsession

The snowy owl has been a regular feature on my blog- when I post about birds. Since December, this female owl was regularly seen perched in the middle of the docks, where she was safe. I wanted to see her do more than sitting on the docks, and this meant I had to go atContinue reading “My Snowy Owl Obsession”

Divers, Paddlers and Others

Some of the birds I’ve posted pictures of already had been swimming a lot closer to the shore then I previously saw. So, enjoy some closer pictures of these little birds, and some new discoveries! Mallard Ducks were not meant to dive, but this one still tried! Sometimes the water on the Lake seems asContinue reading “Divers, Paddlers and Others”

Buffleheads and Friends

A buoyant, large-headed duck that abruptly vanishes and resurfaces as it feeds, the tiny Bufflehead spends winters bobbing in bays, estuaries, reservoirs, and lakes. Males are striking black-and white from a distance. A closer look at the head shows glossy green and purple setting off the striking white patch. Females are a subdued gray-brown withContinue reading “Buffleheads and Friends”