The shrubbery and trees, under-story and upwards through the woodland ceiling, seem to be vibrating with avian domesticity or R & R!
Orioles, grosbeaks, warblers galore are making their passage through the area to their respective breeding grounds, extending from local habitat to the arctic circle. While the color of the woodland floor is waning in this year's extraordinarily early floral cycle, life is abundant in the flight and song along the trails.
Plan to join the artists working in plein air as they capture their sense of the gifts of an afternoon spent in the woods. Details on the Events page on this website.
Archived Blog Entries< Back to Current Year Blog
11.27.2012 Our Year In The Woods - Thank You
08.03.2012 Heat and Drought Affecting Our Woods
05.02.2012 Early Morning Surprise!
05.01.2012 Spring Bustle
04.10.2012 Finding Treasure
04.07.2012 Very Successful Work Days
03.27.2012 Mouth of Salamander and Blood of Root
03.10.2012 Wildflowers and Wings!
02.02.2012 Groundhog Day