Monthly Archives: February 2012


I am blessed to have an office (I should say “Retirement Retreat”) that looks out over a lake, trees, and several bird feeders. The ongoing action is quite distracting – thank you! I love it! About a week ago I … Continue reading

Posted in Hawks | 1 Comment

Angry Seas

Kathy and I stopped on the Outer Banks, NC, on our way up the east coast recently. I was able to reserve a hotel room overlooking the beach (off-season helped, I’m sure). We had a great view of the “angry … Continue reading

Posted in Places | 2 Comments

A Bald Eagle has Lunch

This has been a very mild winter in central Nebraska – so far. Normally our lake is completely frozen over. Not this year. The lake has only been about half ice and half open water. With brisk winds the Bald … Continue reading

Posted in Bald Eagles, Birds | Leave a comment

Is Dinner Ready?

2012 started with great excitement – no, not the ball drop in New York. For the first time since the mid-1950s, a large number (reports of 60-100 sightings total) of Snowy Owls were observed in Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa. … Continue reading

Posted in Birds, Owls | Leave a comment