Nothing is more surprising and entertaining than what happens outdoors in nature, but unfortunately most of it happens when we aren’t looking. I like to be outside as much as possible to increase my odds of seeing something wonderful! I’ve enjoyed many moments in nature that are ordinary but that I don’t see every day.
Living Right A Facebook friend and wildlife biologist commented on one of my recent posts that I must be “living right” because I see such wonderful things at Little Piney. I don’t know if I’m living right–I think I’m doing okay– but, I feel very, very blessed to have this little place in the
Christmas Bird Count New Year’s at Little Piney was all about the wildlife. On January 1, I participated in my first Christmas Bird Count in Bastrop. Every year, all over the world, on a given day between December 14 and January 5, tens of thousands of local birders count the birds in their area and report the
A lot of seeds and some fur in this fresh scat close to the lake. My foot is there for size comparison. Can anyone identify the source? Big raccoon? How about this track? It looks like a mountain lion to me. Cat shaped and over 3″. Folks report that there are a few mountain lions around