Category Archives: Titmouse

February Wild Weather

(click on any image to enlarge it) February is supposed to be one of the snowiest months in New Jersey; however it might end up being one of the mildest Februarys on record in the Garden State, according to New Jersey State Climatologist David Robinson, who teaches at Rutgers University. http://www.nj.com/weather/index.ssf/2017/02/7_strange_facts_about_february_2017_weather.html The month of February […]

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Morning Wildlife Activity at Backyard Wilderness

(click on any image to enlarge it) One hot summer morning in July I photographed some morning wildlife activity on the Backyard Wilderness property: As you can see from the photos below the Gray Squirrel decided to take a short rest from the warm summer day: Locating water might have been soothing this hot morning. […]

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Backyard Wilderness Winter

(click on any image to enlarge it) This year winter has been relatively mild, yet there have been a few extreme blasts of winter.  One cold morning while looking across the frozen swamp I spotted a Red Fox walking across the ice. I grabbed my camera and made the image below. There were only a […]

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Bird Ballet

(click any image to enlarge it) Love photographing the Song Birds. The eighteen images below were taken of “Birds in Flight”; which makes a great title for this Bird Ballet blog. (so many favorites) White-breasted Nuthatch   House Finch American Robin Black-capped Chickadee Eastern Bluebird Tufted Titmouse    

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Winter Wildlife at Backyard Wilderness

(click any image to enlarge it)  Despite the brutal winter numerous wildlife visitors frequented the Backyard Wilderness property. Below are a variety of photos documenting some of this winter’s wildlife moments. The first image was made through the glass storm door when Deer walked up to the outside steps to eat leaves from a bush […]

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