Category Archives: scenic photos

Land preservation is an important part of wildlife conservation. Without habitat there is no wildlife. So here are some scenic pictures to inspire our own sense of awe with the natural world.

Kestrel Joins with Smith College to Protect 190 Acres

Hello Everyone,  Well Kestrel Land Trust did it again!  This time they partnered with Smith College to protect 190 acres in West Whately at the College’s Ada & Archibald MacLeish Field Station.  It’s purpose was to preserve important wildlife habitat … Continue reading

Posted in Hike pictures, Land Preservation, scenic photos, training sessions with the experts, wildlife | Comments Off on Kestrel Joins with Smith College to Protect 190 Acres

Out for a bike

Hello Everyone,  I’m out on the Cape for my second visit of the summer.  Two weeks ago, so much was blooming: Scotch brooms, lady slippers, rugosa roses.  Just amazing color.  Today I biked through the Cape Cod National Seashore and … Continue reading

Posted in scenic photos, Uncategorized, videos, wildlife | Comments Off on Out for a bike

Bobolinks, butterflies, kestrels…and conservationists…Oh My!

Hello Everyone, I’ve been hanging out with my friends Ann and David at the old Bri-Mar stables in Hadley, now a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Refuge!  For all those who worked on preserving this immense piece of habitat, give them … Continue reading

Posted in Land Preservation, scenic photos, videos, wildlife | Comments Off on Bobolinks, butterflies, kestrels…and conservationists…Oh My!

Well, they don’t call it a Wildlife Sanctuary for nothing!

Everyone is moving in or settling in at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary!  The grasslands are alive with bobolinks and red-winged blackbirds; the trees are teaming with birds; and the herons are laying their eggs! No, I want the stick there: A … Continue reading

Posted in scenic photos, videos, wildlife | Comments Off on Well, they don’t call it a Wildlife Sanctuary for nothing!

Happy Migratory Bird Day!!! oh and Happy Mother’s Day!

I had the pleasure of going out on a hike with Dave King at the Alexandra Dawson Conservation Area on the Connecticut River.   The birding walk was sponsored by Kestrel Land Trust and organized by their very own Ann Kearns.  … Continue reading

Posted in Hike pictures, Land Preservation, scenic photos, wildlife | Comments Off on Happy Migratory Bird Day!!! oh and Happy Mother’s Day!