Finding nature in and around Louisville, KY. A photography blog that explores parks, birds, butterflies, flowers, and everything else nature.

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  • Eastern Redbud
    on Apr 9, 2011 in Eastern Redbud
    The Eastern Redbuds have been in full bloom this past week.  Easily my favorite flowering tree, I love the delicate papilionaceous flowers.  Also have seen Flowering Dogwood and Crabapples in bloom as well. ...
  • Falls of the Ohio
    on Apr 6, 2011 in Falls of the Ohio
    I met Karen out at the Falls of the Ohio on Saturday to scope out the eagle and Osprey nests.  A Bald Eagle was on the nest, though it could barely be made out from across the river.  All you could see through the scope was a white head sti...
  • Golden-crowned Kinglet
    on Apr 5, 2011 in Golden-crowned Kinglet
    Introducing one of the hardest birds to photograph.  If you have managed to get a clear picture of this bird I tip my hat to you.  I'm talking about lively antics of the Golden-crowned Kinglet.  These guys are the ADD kindergartners of...
  • The Ospreys are still in the game!
    on Apr 5, 2011 in Osprey
    In my last post, I talked about the Bald Eagles return to nest at the Falls of the Ohio. Considering they are the first pair of Bald Eagles in recorded history to nest in the Louisville area, they are certainly the big story of this spring!However, w...
  • The Eagles have returned!
    on Mar 31, 2011 in Bald Eagle Falls of the Ohio
    Last spring, Tom & Colleen Becker, local birding enthusiasts, discovered a pair of Bald Eagles were nesting in the Great Blue Heron Rookery on Shippingport Island. (Shippingport Island is where the McAlpine Locks are located). While it turned out...
  • Garvin Brown: Sunset and a LoonAfter the "storm" yesterday, my wife and I made a trip to Garvin Brown in the evening.  There were a lot of birds and critters about, making it an exciting evening.  We will start with our cold-blooded friends first. I found this Black Rac...
  • Hummingbird Watch
    on Mar 26, 2011
    Every year around this time I go to to look at the map that is posted there that tracks the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds on their migration north.  The birds arrive on the Gulf coast as early as February and gradually ma...
  • Louisville Naturalist: Volume 1 Issue 2
    on Mar 25, 2011 in Louisville Naturalist
    The second issue of the Louisville Naturalist is now available for download.  This quarter's installment is about the signals of spring and phenology.  Most people associate the beginning of spring with robins and tulips, but in this issue...
  • Naturalized Bradford Pear
    on Mar 25, 2011 in Bradford Pear
    More trees began blooming over the weekend.  The tree below appears to be a Bradford Pear tree or some other ornamental growing wild and naturalized.  There were several species of beetles, bees, and flies buzzing around the flowers, which...
  • Red Maple
    on Mar 19, 2011 in Red Maple
    Several species of trees are in bloom right now and color is once again entering nature's palate.  One tree that I have been seeing a lot of is the Red Maple.  They have beautiful and bright red flowers, check out the pics below and see if...
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