Although named for a yellow rump… This perky warbler also wears bright yellow on its crown, throat, and side patches. A flock of these full-
This trail runs along a short arm of the Glencoe Swale watershed. It’s a place wildlife calls home… Jackson Woods Nature Reserve provides habitat for a
Snow… accentuated solitude of lone coyote. I should be surprised by this sight… a coyote wandering through a wetland corridor located in a suburban setting. However,
Tinkering… without clear understanding of ramifications to nature and natural systems -is an action we humans have historically taken- only to later find chaos as
Although I know the American Bullfrog is a major invasive species in our wetland… I’m still drawn to their quirky faces as they pop up
Geese Wander Close in stride. Harmonious Mates. Playing with poetry: Lantern A five-line, eleven-syllable shape poem take the form of a Japanese lantern.
Today, weather took a turn from blue-skies to gray… a disappointing change for weather and my spirits. Then, a flash of color landed on a tree
Native plants aren’t the only ones gearing up for showing off this spring. Invasive plants are already beginning to make themselves known: This species was