Tagged light


yes, strawberry river this morning — a phoebe followed a falcon. the birds were on the east side. there were warblers too and many western wood-pewees moving through new electric air joyously hawking      


sagebrush birds:    soothe then fled  and feathers catch light   — these sagebrush natives faithful, to specific sites recur  year after year especially if — and their song composed of elements specifically for vast windy steppe— their patterns and frequencies  carrying well in open landscape without degrading


— saw sanderling take off from egg island this afternoon amongst. many swallows on power lines happy spring everyone


— we found palm warblers. birds was feeding by the copse of trees south of water. were moving in the understory.  then reappeared, to fly off to the north little blue heron at sand hollow too


1 at vende tilbage besøgende halt, til alt andet fuldt 2 at løvet er tungere  end det er til at bære 3 at luften slæber mod genstande. klæber til huden  der ældes; saltvand; middagshede; tab 4 at heroppe kravler bænkebidere over sengen edderkoppeafkom hænger i klaser og spredes i mylder 5 at tid kravler gennem vener og bleger billeder på nethinde 6 at sandbund er dækket af østersskaller hver deres egen verden


in this spring of the bird white-crowned, white-throated, anyone miles on end, swedes lane is barely passable from snow drift. still, birds are here. blooming blessed strength and so will we


— briefly, the male is back. i hear him first, then get to watch him. his sound and bluest  blue


— little gull still present in the same landscape of yes, between the scorched sandbars and brittle saltshore. go on being by waiting. carefully carefully alive


it took me many tries but i finally got it. i was always there. early until eventides and it never happened but this time it started calling almost as soon as i arrived. i think it goes quiet and hides for a while (and doesn’t seem to respond to calls) — be patient and eventually it will get active. you will meet


hummingbird feeders have been out since sunday morning. first of season a female broad-tailed (this vagrant species) was heard, then seen monday about 6pm, again 7:30pm and the morning after —