An exciting adventure looking at the land and the people around me.
Saturday, May 17, 2014
A recent burn, this gives vitality to an area.
Red-wing belting out the tunes
The good news to share is about a widowed pelican I had shared with you. He came back to the same area each year after his mate had died, hardly moving more than thirty feet from her body the first year . He hasn't been seen for three weeks and a pair of Canadian Geese took over the spit on the river. He must have found a flock to his liking and joined their ranks. Some large flocks have passed through, a few staying to fill up on fish before leaving for better nesting areas. Pelicans eat six to eight fish a day so need good feeding areas. I saw another eagle yesterday so I'm happy to know more are staying around to nest.