This week’s essay the wood anemone gives us an opportunity to think about humility and quiet confidence. Something I think we could always use more of.
This week’s essay is about the Cooper’s hawk. The female Cooper’s hawk is one tough chick. You’ll see when you hear what happens to males who approach her too hastily when searching for sex. Ouch. I hope you enjoy, and as always consider sharing via medium of your choice–twitter, Facebook, or maybe hold a videoContinue reading “Within These Woods: Cooper’s Hawk”
This week’s essay. Hope you enjoy. Have another peaceful Sunday on this first day of November. As always, consider sharing via your social media of choice, or if you prefer analog, hold up an old school tape recorder to your speaker and then put that cassette tape in an envelope and mail it to aContinue reading “Within These Woods: Short-Tailed Weasel”
This week’s essay is about the white-tailed deer in which I explore the interconnection between the deer, the white-footed mouse (from last week’s essay), humans, and the wolf (the subject of next week’s essay. If you like this series, consider sharing with others. Thanks
This is the second post, and first essay from my book Within These Woods. We could use some calmness. So, to add to that calmness I’m going to post a reading of an essay from my book Within These Woods on YouTube. Maybe it will add just a few minutes of respite for you. I’llContinue reading “Within These Woods: Deer Mouse”
For Earth Day, I’d like to share an reading from my book Within These Woods. If you do not see the video, click “Spring Beauty” title above.