Monthly Archives: March 2010
The “frost is coming out of the ground.”
This is a vole tunnel revealed when the snow melted.
Since time began I called those things clams; you know, the critters that crawl around on the bottom of the local swimming hole and the kids with masks and snorkels and swim fins would bring the mollusc up for an … Continue reading
Storm worn. It was a hard winter for this skiff.
Thought these were eiders, but the gray does not compute with pictures I find on line. What are these things? JB
Well, I would like to say that I saw our first woodchuck today. It was on the I95 in West Gardiner. Actually 2 about a mile apart, but one was casualty of being run over. DH
Although I could not get a picture I wanted to report 2 Mourning Cloak Butterflies early this afternoon on Sweet Rd. DF
I noticed that one of my bird feeders–a clear plastic tube–was empty and flying around and inside it were what I think of as honeybees! I watched them come and go for about an hour. These bees were about an … Continue reading
Two butterflies today! One was a orange and black, about the size of a nickle. The second was approximately 1″ wide with its wings spread, also orange and black. TF