Category Archive: walks

Biodiversity Walk March 2016

Early in the month, I take a walk where I try to find as many species as possible.  Here are some of today’s finds– at least the ones where the pictures turned out… Continue reading

December Highlights

All of these are from the last three days of warm and sunny weather.  A cold front is supposed to blow in this weekend, and I am curious to see what changes it… Continue reading

One Point through Time – Forest Path

On the last Friday of each month, I take pictures at the same points around the farm, facing in all four directions.  Because most of the trees are pines, we don’t see a… Continue reading

Early November Afternoon

A wealth of wildlife this afternoon… Besides these, there were others who didn’t stay still for a picture – Eastern Bluebirds, Pine Warblers, a Ground Skink, and two small Southern Leopard Frogs.

One Point through Time – Top of the Creek Bank

On the last Friday of each month, I walk the same route and take pictures in all four directions.  This is my Point 6, top of the creek bank, facing south.

Happy Blissful Wonderful Wilderness

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Happy Place.” Nothing makes me happier than these wide-open spaces. The first four pictures show Big Bend National Park, and the last is on… Continue reading

Down by the Creek in Late September

The weather has been cloudy but hot and still the last few days.  We are supposed to be getting moisture blowing in from the Gulf of Mexico, and I am ready for the… Continue reading

Galveston Island

My husband had a trade show to attend on Galveston Island, and I tagged along.  It’s about 2 1/2 hours from where we live (if traffic is good).  We have been there dozens… Continue reading

A Walk Around the Farm

Since this blog is going to be mostly about the animals and plants I see on walks around our farm, I thought I would orient you to where we are. The farm is… Continue reading