You don't have to read every field guide to learn about nature and wildlife. All you have to do is
observe and question. Nature is not as random as people tend to believe. Why does one particular person have more nature experiences? Is that person just plain lucky? That person has learned to live in-the-moment and observe all the elements that created that opportunity: temperature, wind speed, wind direction, humidity, time of day, etc. And all the elements of that particular moment have been saved in a memory card that can be recalled for another nature opportunity. Think about a time you walked outside at the beach and smelled the ocean air, looked at the brilliant red sun and felt the warmth on your arms. You definitely knew that it is about to be a great beach day because of your stored memory card that related to the elements of a perfect beach day. Store those memory cards and when you recall and use them, you will have more nature opportunities.
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Whale Bones At The Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary On Cape Cod.
The Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary is a great place to take the whole family. There is so many different things to see, any time of the year. As you head out on the main trail from the visitors center, you will see a variety of whale bones on the left of the trail. They are … Continue reading Whale Bones At The Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary On Cape Cod.
The Berries Of The Bearberry Plants Are Bright Red Now On Cape Cod.
The berries on the Bearberry plants are bright red this time of the year here on Cape Cod. They make for a very festive carpet along the sides of the trails. (Click on blog link for other photo.) In the early summer the tiny flowers on the Bearberry plants are bell-shaped and whitish pink with … Continue reading The Berries Of The Bearberry Plants Are Bright Red Now On Cape Cod.
Adorable Tufted Titmouse On The Beech Forest Trail In Provincetown On Cape Cod.
This little Tufted Titmouse was searching for food along the side of the Beech Forest Trail in Provincetown. He stopped long enough to look at me so I could get a nice photograph. Beautiful little bird, don’t you think?