Posts filed under: Bird Watching

It has been a year – OK only three and a half months – but it feels like a year – of changes and they just keep on coming.  Changes in...
….. Spring is shouting out loud that it is on the way – around the corner even!  If only the rain would slow down, and let the sun break through!...
Freezing Cold and clear or cold and overcast – it was cold enough to freeze water on any surface.  From the ground on up, dripping from branches, coating mosses, rose...
Our beautiful Island never fails to amaze and thrill me!  On our weekly walks I always find something new and wonderful to admire and photograph.  No matter how familliar the...
The Retreat is over and went well.  I saw some finished mittens and hats half done and a great many happy retreaters.  I think that I will focus on small...
It was/is a grey day.  A Wet-Coast Winter’s day, grey, a little dreary, with dim lighting and just a little nippy! But the walk at Neck Point this morning was...
This morning’s walk at Morden Colliery was a pretty normal walk.  Damp, foggy, lots of green and grey mosses and lichens and everything dripping with moisture. But…. As we were...
…….Through the Hailey Rhododendron Grove….. Last weekend we went on a walk through the Rhododendron Grove in Bowen Park.  Some trees were finished, some hadn’t started.  But enough were in...
Yesterday we walked the Cable Bay Trail to Joan Point.  It was a beautiful day and quiet on the Trail when we started.  Two and half hours later, the time...
The Surf Scoter – according to the “Book” – is gregarious and loves to flock together – especially when there is herring roe to be found.  Sometimes the flock can...