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August 9, 2018

August 09, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Hummingbird enjoying the Bee Balm Wow, I've just realized it's been a long while since my last blog post. I've been out taking photos, but I'm so far behind on processing them that I haven't had a chance to blog. Today I went to hang out at the gardens at Fort Ticonderoga. The staff there has been working very hard all summer and it really shows...
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July 21, 2018

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The Osprey Kids have Fledged I thought I was getting an early start and getting to the location of the Osprey right at opening, then when I arrived I realized they opened early for a special event. The parking lot I usually park in was filled and so I found a spot to make my own parking spot like many others had also done. I got out of my car, gr...
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July 20, 2018

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The Greenies are Back Oh boy, I just realized how long it has been since my last blog post. Sorry about that. My inability for getting out has been a combination of two things: Some days it is far too hot out and I stay in the AC because when it is that hot out I simply feel sick to my stomach. The second reason I haven't been out is because my sc...
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July 6, 2018

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Female Osprey with a fish This morning started out wet as we had thunderstorms overnight, so my friend and I slept in. When we got up, we took things easy and hung around camp enjoying the cooler temps and breeze. It felt so good to have such nice weather after a brutally hot week. It was after 1 when we finally decided to venture out into the wor...
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July 3, 2018

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Cormorant on Lake Champlain This morning wasn't nearly as hot as it was all week long, so I thought I would head out on the kayak before it got hot. I started in LaChute River and did the two mile paddle down to Lake Champlain. While on the river I saw a muskrat, a great blue heron, a green heron and lots of turtles. The only thing I got photos of...
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