Monthly Archives: July 2014

Fledglings and thoughts of GP Marsh

  The swallows are late in fledging. Other small fluffy, awkward young birds have filled the cabin’s yard for over a week: white-crowned sparrows, juncos, chipping-sparrows, even sapsuckers. The youngsters’ parents flit around after their clumsy offspring, still stuffing food … Continue reading

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Alpine Life

Marmot on the lookout   Just as I reached the mountain summit, two golden eagles took flight from the cliffs below. A marmot chirped loudly at the great birds as they soared off and gone, dropping towards the distant valley. … Continue reading

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