Monthly Archives: May 2013

Yellow-rumped Warbler Feeding

Yellow-rumped Warbler feeding The birds are back! There are new species every day. This morning I found a small group of Yellow-rumped Warblers working over the emerging green tips of Bald Cypress. There must have been tiny bugs for them to … Continue reading

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Eastern gray squirrel in the rain

This afternoon I photographed an Eastern gray squirrel hunkered down in a hickory tree next to our house. It was using it’s tail like an umbrella against the rain. We have three kinds of squirrels at the PGT. The Eastern gray squirrel, the larger … Continue reading

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Swimming Hole on Hillers Creek

The swimming hole on Hillers Creek.

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Great Blue Heron Rookery Tree Dies

Great Blue Heron Nests The main tree that holds up the heron rookery is dead. This Sycamore was 12-feet in diameter; the largest single tree at the PGT. Perhaps another victim of the drought? Lorna thinks that heron droppings poisoned … Continue reading

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