- Follow Nature Is My Therapy on WordPress.com
Recent Posts — Did You Miss These?
Search this blog:
See what I wrote about:Birdfeeding Birds Books BWIAB Cats Deer Ecotherapy Family Flowers and Gardening Food Grief Happiness and Gratitude Health Highly-Sensitive People (HSPs) Humans vs All Other Animals Insects Kayaking Living in the Woods Michigan Migration Nesting Ohio Photography Squirrels Threats to Birds Travel Trees Uncategorized Walking in the Woods Writing
My Costa Rica photos – Dec 2016
Please don’t release balloons into the sky — they kill turtles and birds!
Category Archives: Threats to Birds
Just look at this and imagine breathing fresh air and hearing birds sing as the sun shines on your face — Searching for Dickcissel Now that’s a good dose of nature therapy. Eric and I just spent a few days … Continue reading
Like many people who care about social and environmental issues, I sometimes get discouraged. Can I really make a difference? What impact can I have by writing a letter to my representative, or signing a petition? Petitions are a dime … Continue reading
Yesterday morning we woke up to find the yard covered with a light dusting of snow, our first real snow of this season. And it was very cold too, giving us our first taste of the bitterness that often comes … Continue reading
Remember my post about picking up balloons in the lake at Bald Mountain a few weeks ago? I’ve picked up more than a few since that day. So you’ll understand why I was discouraged today when I found out about … Continue reading
This is the second day in a row of heavy fog here, after the cold temperatures warmed suddenly and we got rain on top of snow — isn’t it awesome?That’s the view straight out my front door right now. I … Continue reading
I never got around to writing part two of my article, “The Hazards of Being a Bird,” but now I need to revisit something I talked about in part one. I wrote about the struggle to stop installation of a … Continue reading
This afternoon I drove a few miles down the road to look for birds in a field behind a shopping center. This big field is speckled with gas and plumbing line pipes and other indications that it will eventually be … Continue reading