I’m a science geek. I feel about science the way other people feel about music, art, or sports — a deep emotional connection. I think in science.
I love learning about how the world works. And I love to share what I’ve learned with others.
Let’s go exploring!
Doin’ the Wicka Dance
I haven’t posted very many photos of Northern Flickers because, mostly, I think they are boring (except when they are being chased). Big, beautiful, but not much going on in their woodpecker brains. But late last month, my husband called me to the window overlooking our multiple bird feeding stations. Outside were two male flickers… Read more
Welcome to another storm. The thermometer reads 9o as the snow falls. Again. I have lost count of how many fronts we’ve had pass through, dropping temperatures into the single digits and dumping a bunch of snow. I won’t turn down the moisture, but it is getting a little bit tedious to be hovering just… Read more
The Front Range of Colorado has been enjoying an invasion of Waxwings. There are two types of Waxwing in North America — Cedar and Bohemian — and both have been spotted in large numbers throughout the Denver area this winter. I subscribe to several bird-watch lists, and I read with a little frustration about all… Read more
Some of Amy’s favorite photos.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“These are gorgeous photos, Amy. Thank you for sharing them AND the story behind each. A lovely post.”
– Tracy Abell.