Monthly Archives: January 2010

Winter Mountain Birding

Recently I took a group out for birding for the Fort Collins Audubon Society. The plan was to head to the hills and look for mountain birds. We had 3 cars full of folks – 11 total. One fellow, Eric … Continue reading

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It’s SNOWY In Colorado!

Well that’s no news, eh? Isn’t it always snowy in Colorado in the wintertime? Yes, it is, but not usually this kind of snow, especially on the roof. Can you see it? No? How about now? YES? For real, there … Continue reading

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Ridgway State Park and Turkeys

My sister and I recently visited western Colorado where I use to live. I had to take her down to my favorite state park to see if the little birds would come in and feed from my hand like they … Continue reading

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Have You Ever Found A Pinyon Jay?

One of the things I’ve wanted to do the last several times I was in western Colorado visiting family is to find Pinyon Jays. Now, Pinyon Jays are not the easiest bird to find. When I lived in Montrose, some … Continue reading

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My Dad’s Place, Cedaredge, CO.

My sister Lauren Burke and I went over to visit my dad this past weekend. He lives in Cedaredge which sits in the shadow of Grand Mesa, the largest geologic formation in the world, located in western Colorado.If you look … Continue reading

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A Little Homesickness.

I was browsing through some older photos today. Not too old as in before digital, well maybe a few actually. Some of these were scanned in. Most from 2004. When the kids were little and we had a passel of … Continue reading

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