The fall colors are upon us in northern Arizona. Here are a couple of shots from a hike in the Peaks among the Quaking Aspens. More: THE QUAKING ASPEN
Arbor day celebrates trees! Plant some trees. In 1854, J. Sterling Morton moved from Detroit, Michigan to the area that is now Nebraska. He and other pioneers new to the area noticed a lack of trees, which they needed as windbreaks, to stabilize the soil, and to give shade from the sun. Morton planted many… Read More ARBOR DAY FRIDAY
The red-naped sapsucker is a woodpecker whose name is very descriptive its characteristics. They are black with white patterns on the back and wings, with distinguished markings of red on their nape, chin, and back of the head. The female has white as well as red on the chin. They drill rows of small holes… Read More RED-NAPED SAPSUCKER
First snow of the season.