A blog of a very simple life.
Wow, that's amazing. And no one is really allowed in there during that time? I hope it works and the birds' population number rises!
That is really, really exciting, Sister Woman.
This could only be a wonderful way to spend some time this spring/summer!Kisses,Stella
What a beautiful place to have so close to home.
How wonderful to live near a river and a bald eagle nesting area! It is very exciting, enjoy watching birds and keep us posted.
Hope you get some photos. I'll forget about this by July, so it's all up to you. No pressure.
What a beautiful place to live. I have enjoyed your photos and look forward to following your blog.
What a beautiful location. Looking forward to your pictures of the birds.
A pleasure to discover nature signage not overwhelmed with graffiti. The locations not bad either.Off topic, I've been contacted by a woman who has been trying to gather information on deceased sand artist Ted Conibear. (he was the subject of a post). He was active in Arizona too.
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