Monthly Archives: May 2019

A SOLITARY BEE

This morning is visiting only once. The honk of geese in still blue skies. Fields of abundance with blossoms arise. And a solitary bee such a sad harmony ….of buzz. copyright Estee Millar “Aerodynamically the bumble bee shouldn’t be able … Continue reading

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STARLINGS IN MY HAIR

It’s a thrill to see all this beautiful wildlife just as the sun is rising. The best time of day for me. I was thinking as I watched these geese pass in front of me that twice this week I … Continue reading

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BEAUTIFUL FEATHERS

Life would be boring without birds.  Birds  serve as “winged sentinels” of environmental degradation and scientists routinely use birds to gauge the health of ecosystems.Birds possess skills that historically made them useful to militaries. During World War I, pheasants detected … Continue reading

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