Monthly Archives: August 2014

Feeding Birds and Pollinators – Not Always the Best Together

This is only an anecdotal observation, but a while back I noticed something very intuitive each time I fed birds throughout the spring and summer. For many years, I stopped feeding birds after the young hatched, only to resume feeding … Continue reading

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Are They Nature?

I don’t remember in childhood the very defining moment when my love of nature began, but it might have been when I saw an animal or plant of vivid color. With childlike amazement I still feel that way. Something of such intense hue … Continue reading

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Monarda Magic

I did a post on Garden Walk Garden Talk a while back called The Monarda Speaks. It is a very popular post searched daily on GWGT. In this post I am not going to get into the horticultural aspect of … Continue reading

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