In the Wild!

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August 10, 2011

  Majestic Gulls Larry feeds seventeen cats, squirrels, and seagulls– all who seem to know him.  I came upon Larry just as he was about to feed a flock of gulls.  The seagulls gathered around him, as did a black and white cat, whose tail had been lopped off, after having been attacked.  I...
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July 7, 2011

The Lost Turtle So, we are about to get on the freeway, heading toward the “East Side” of Cleveland, when we spot this very odd turtle, crossing the on-ramp.  We of course pull over, and Kate gets out of the car to help the poor thing cross safely.   Notice the woman getting out...
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June 3, 2011

  California Sea Lions On a delightful spring day, I heard the sea lions honking at each other and began to walk toward the chatter.  I came across these joyful animals, lounging in and out of the Pacific, in Santa Cruz, California.   They seem not to have a care in the world.  To learn...
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May 14, 2011

Char’s Bumble Bee and Echinacea     He was such a busy bee. Working very hard! I am so glad he let me photograph him.
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April 11, 2011

    Nour’s Geese Not Ducks at All Several months ago, we sat in the Florida room chatting, when we were drawn outside by a new sound.  The ducks, which have the run of the park, lake, and our collective yards, were in a bit of a huff.  We walked outside, and much to...
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March 6, 2011

  Different Ducks In 1987, Nancy Schön created a statue of a mother duck and her eight ducklings, inspired by Robert McCloskey’s book Make Way for Ducklings, published in 1941, and set in the Boston Public Garden, which is also home to the sculpture. Merry, our dear dog, has learned to tolerate her semi-sibling...
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February 12, 2011

  More Ducklings! Perhaps Spring is here afterall — more new ducklings.
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January 14, 2011

Ducklings! For those of you struggling with the cold temperatures and mounds of snow, a sign of spring!  Though much earlier than usual, today a new mother bring her ducklings for visit.
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