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Category Archives: Maryland’s Eastern Shore
To arrive too early in the marsh is an adventure in pure listening; the ear roams at will among the noises of the night, without let or hinderance from eye or hand. — Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac. I … Continue reading
While flipping through an old copy of Bird Watcher’s digest, I stopped to enjoy this short essay by author and naturalist Julie Zickefoose: The hay roll, what a wondrous creation. Of all recent innovations in agriculture, it is my favorite. … Continue reading
What a great time to hike Sassafras Natural Resource Area in Kent County, Maryland. Perfect place to witness springs’s arrival.
A recent walk through the Millington Wildlife Management Area in eastern Kent County, Maryland reminded me of a theme of Paul Gruchow’s book “The Necessity of Empty Places” which is that there needs to be in the world, if only … Continue reading
A sampling of birds found on Wye Island on a morning walk on February 10, 2013: Red tailed hawk Blue heron Mallards Canada geese Tufted Titmouse Cardinal Mocking Bird White Throated Sparrow Chickadee Bluebird Blue jays Robins American crows Wood … Continue reading