Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ahh, those short-eared owls of the Honey Pot!

Hey Folks, Well it was a cold late afternoon on the honey pot yesterday but the owls did not disappoint!  Even a half hour before sunset they were visible on the tops of the arbor vitae (see video and pics) … Continue reading

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Setting up the remote cameras for the tracking hike on Feb. 1

                Hey Folks, Bill, Kay and I went out to set up the remote cameras for the Kestrel Land Trust tracking hike on February 1 at Marble Brook.  We’ll pick up the cameras … Continue reading

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Owl Week in the Valley

Hello everyone,  First we have a snowy owl take up residence in Deerfield and now we have three short-eared owls hunting on the honey pot, a number of mornings and evenings this week.  They didn’t come on Tuesday (7th) but … Continue reading

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Holy Hannah what a beautiful Snowy Owl

I missed the snowy owl on Friday but my friend Ann called late in the day on Saturday and told me to get my butt up to Deerfield.  Well, I made it and oh boy, what a sight.  This snowy … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from the Sawmill Hills

Well, it was a cold day but a great day up in the Sawmill Hills. About 45 hearty souls trekked out into the hills to breathe some fresh mountain air.  We shared a couple of hours with friends, celebrating nature … Continue reading

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