Found at Living Off the Grid on Facebook.
Found at The Gear Junkie on Facebook.
These two great egrets were captured in action at Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge in Georgia. Great shot from the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Harris Neck’s 2,762 acres consists of saltwater marsh, grassland, mixed deciduous woods, and cropland, according to … Continue reading
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Craig Lake State Park in the west-central portion of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, is referred to as one of the state’s most remote state parks. It is popular with day trippers, but far fewer come to canoe, camp and explore. All … Continue reading
A record 350 paddlers took part in the 17th annual Source to the Sea Trek in July and August, reports the US. Fish and Wildlife Service which operates the nation’s national wildlife refuges. During the Trek, Mainers and visitors paddle the … Continue reading
Photo found at Eastern National on Facebook, a non-profit organization founded by National Park rangers in 1847.
One doesn’t normally find a frog inside a pitcher plant. They are carnivorous. They survive by attracting insects which fly in and land and can’t get out and then get digested by the fluids and bacteria in the plant. So, is … Continue reading
Great Blue Herons are magnificent birds. Photo by Walt Spencer found at: Choctawhatchee Audubon Society on Facebook.