Monthly Archives: April 2009

An Enjoyable Afternoon

One of my favorite things to do when it gets warm enough is to prepare for a backyard sit. It doesn’t take much effort, but it does take some thought. The idea is to prepare well enough that you don’t … Continue reading

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Springtime Collage

Spring time has hit here in northern Colorado and so has yard work fever. I love working outside in the yard, most of the time. Once in awhile when I have a heavy physical task I shouldn’t tackle alone and … Continue reading

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Four Species Of Soggy Swallow, With Cinnamon

We’ve had a very wet couple of days here in Northern Colorado. Temperatures in the 30’s and a mix of snow and rain that hasn’t stopped. I went out for a bit of foul weather birding this morning and found … Continue reading

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Away Out On The Prairie

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think “Colorado”? Curvy mountain roads? Great ski runs? 14,000 foot mountains? Prairie? Prairie?! Yes, nearly half our amazing state is prairie grasslands and it holds many secrets. My sister Lauren … Continue reading

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Birds & Brews Colorado Kick Off! Oh, What A Night!

Well, to say we had a good time last night at the Pumphouse would be an understatement, 20 people RSVP’d, 12 additional folks showed up in response to a notice in the local newspaper calendar. Colorado Field Ornithologist provided several … Continue reading

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