An Afternoon in Nature


Spent part of the afternoon canoeing Fish Lake visiting a family with a new set of triplets; watching a guy in tuxedo attire putting on a display trying to impress an equally well-dressed gal; and, back on shore, listening to a mother calling her kids from a high-rise . . . ???

In Jungle Book Mogli lingo that translates into three Trumpeter Swan signets hatching out; a male loon strutting his stuff for his girlfriend; and a mother spruce grouse perched in a tree calling her scattered clutch back together 😊

Here’s a few pics of what mine was to savor watching His feathered creatures loving living life in the Last Frontier.

I M Blessed . . . May U B 2
                            
Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!

New Trumpeter Swan Signets
Trumpeter Swan Family
Come No Closer!
Loon
Courtship Display
Pretty Bird
Spruce Grouse
Cloud-cano

Wilderness Chronicles


A spruce hen and her chick perched safely above me . . . fresh imprints revealing a predator/prey pursuit . . . last fall’s bull moose antler scrapes . . . each a page in Mother Nature’s cycle of life that graced today’s wilderness wanderings.

For every creature of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills“. – Psalm 50:10

Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!

Spruce Grouse hen and chick
Moose tracks
Wolf track
Bull Moose antler scrapes
Grouse Silhouette
Wilderness Wonder