50 Years of Earth Day…

Hard to think it's been 50 year since Senator Gaylord Nelson and Denis Hayes set into motion a movement of supporting environmental protection that's grown to what it is today. (though it was '69 when John McConnell first proposed a day to honor the earth at a UNESCO conference. I almost always spend it by... Continue Reading →

A little refuge of our own…

It’s important to have a place of peace, deep in the forest and at home. While we don’t have a yard, I make the best of the space given to us. We’re blessed every day with flowers, songbirds of all kinds, little lizards, squirrels (who like to tempt Lulu at the door), as well as... Continue Reading →

Goldsmith Schiffman Wildlife Sanctuary: Deer Run, Tall Tupelos (video)

https://youtu.be/3Uz7Le_qrAk A walk through the eastern half of the Goldsmith-Schiffman Wildlife Sanctuary as the floodwaters continued to rise. I explored the eastern half of the sanctuary as best I could with the area flooded, searching for wildflowers and the tall tupelo gum trees I saw here over a decade ago. If you like, please subscribe!... Continue Reading →

Hidden Springs of Barren Fork Creek, Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge, AL (video)

https://youtu.be/j3lmv1XKLds A walk upstream along Barren Fork Creek in Wheeler National Wildlife, AL. It's all off trail, full of river cane, springs, with several beaver dams and an interesting little surprise! If you like, please subscribe! Hit the bell to get notifications for new videos too! PLAYLISTS: Hiking Adventures: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM-UD88jNawcj8GAboeSTrXlFWSiDrXyg Kayak Adventures: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM-UD88jNawfd5iLwDFH9SeXum_MLAz5X Exploring Bankhead/Sipsey:... Continue Reading →

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