Monthly Archives: September 2011

A Few Pictures

With the onset of autumn, things have been a little slow lately in the bird and butterfly department, but it’s still good to get outside and enjoy the delightful weather we’ve been having lately.  I’ve been back to Los Poblanos … Continue reading

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Mystery and More

The other day, I noticed my big cottonwood had mysteriously been vandalized presumably by some kind of critter. Other than the occasional ground squirrel, one woodrat, the usual house mouse, and a surprise bobcat visit years ago,  there aren’t any … Continue reading

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Who don’t like spiders and snakes?

One more week to go before I get my long lens back, so this week’s post is mostly of a few close-up pictures.  Last week, while helping some friends who are out of town by picking some of their tomatoes … Continue reading

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Ranging Farther Afield

This week started early Monday morning with the hunt for the Gray Vireo in the Four Hills Open Space, a nondescript little gray bird that is not that common in Albuquerque, and which we finally found after working on it … Continue reading

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