A River Runs Through It
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In flight these little butterflies with 2" wingspans seem dull as household moths.  But let one perch on a sunlight trail and bare an under-wing! 

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Late May has been filled with maple seeds that whirl like tiny helicopters. This Silver Maple sprout -  removed from a mulched Azalea bed - has been replanted. more
Our "Checkerspot" visitor is tiny enough to land on a fingernail.  And at any window box we can encourage similar "pollinators."   more
For turtles there's no needier spot. Sunlight warms them; produces Vitamin D; and, by drying, a shell can exterminate leeches and algae.   more
  This little "lump," suspended by silk, is molding a tiny, orange-winged  butterfly. Adults, known as  "Checkerspots," are common along streams but … more
 Little "Comma" butterflies that hibernate here, are among the first to appear each spring. Orange on top,  their folded wings mimic pieces of bark - with small, silver … more
On a spring walk, especially on a sunny, woodland trail, keep a look-out for one.  These ground beetles, about as long as my thumb nail, are voracious predators of small … more
A Black Vulture (left) and a Turkey Vulture (right) take a break while feeding on a deer carcass. "Turkeys" are old hands in Narrowsburg, , but Black Vultures are moving north and to … more
This "Great Egret" was exploring a Maryland pond on March 28, 2019 - near a busy rural road I was traveling.    Heron-sized, they've been extending their range into … more
A gaudy male and his mate explore a local pond.  Some Wood Ducks, which overwinter as far south as Mexico, will stick around to breed in our own wooded swamps.   more
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