Swallow Fields

I thought it was only two weeks since I last posted, but when I checked, I realized it’s been over a month!! That was totally unintentional! Let’s get right to it! I want to talk about Swallows! I had never seen a Swallow before this spring. They are absolutely mesmerizing birds. They are compact, agile,Continue reading “Swallow Fields”

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”

Part 4 – Thailand & Japan

Welcome to Thailand! We first landed in Bangkok and had a connecting flight to Chiang Mai. Thailand has so much diverse terrain to offer! Beaches in the south, jungles in the north and a big bustling city in the middle (sort of). This was our first “real” holiday after three years of saving up andContinue reading “Part 4 – Thailand & Japan”

Part 3 – Jaipur, Rajasthan

If architecture, history, palaces and textiles appeal to you, then you’ll enjoy Jaipur! Jaipur, also known as the pink city, is definitely a place for tourists. Our short time in this city was spent doing the main touristy things. We booked some tours through airbnb experience. The first tour we did took us around theContinue reading “Part 3 – Jaipur, Rajasthan”

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”