Archive for May, 2009

May 03 2009

May Flowers: Blue-eyed Mary

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Blue-Eyed Mary (photo by Dianne Machesney)

The first time I saw Blue-eyed Mary was at Guffy Hollow near Irwin, PA.  When it grows profusely – as it did there - the forest floor is carpeted in blue. 

It’s blooming now at Enlow Fork.  Don’t miss it.

(photo by Dianne Machesney)

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May 02 2009

Getting Ready to Walk

American Robin nesting on traffic signal (photo by Sam Leinhardt)

Remember this bird? 

Shortly after I blogged about the Don’t Walk robin, Tony Bledsoe was on Craig Street with a friend and told him about the bird nesting on the traffic signal. 

Sam Leinhardt is an avid photographer and was intrigued by the idea of creating a chronicle of the robins’ nest.  Happily, Sam got in touch with me and allowed me to use his photos. 

Click on the picture to see a slideshow of nesting activity that spans about one week.  The babies grew a lot, didn’t they!  

If all goes well, Sam will have fledging pictures soon.

(all photos by Sam Leinhardt)

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