There are so many ways to invest an hour...or fritter it away. But how do you photograph one hour? I came up with more than five ways! What did I miss?
This month's edition of Nearby Nature Project highlights recent articles finding bias in research showing the mental health benefits of spending time in Nature. And more birds!
This month we got the most enjoyment out of life when spending time outdoors searching for birds to photograph. Between Calgary, Canmore and Banff we spotted at least three new-to-us birds. And we're getting more competent using our new camera gear for bird photography.
This month's edition of Nearby Nature Project is all about birds! Plus I (finally) review the University of Derby's free MOOC: Nature Connectedness. And it's time to start thinking about gardening and the 2022 City Nature Challenge.
One sure thing about freeze/thaw cycles is that it means river ice is ever-changing. So even with multiple return visits, you see something different every time.