An Osprey landing at its nest?? This is all one sequence as it slows down from flight and lands on its nest where eggs or young chicks are, couldn’t tell for sure which… thanks for looking!! There was lots of action at the nest this past Sunday, including the youngster getting ready to fly, and one of the adults coming in with a big fish.
A friend and I were returning from a trip to Coudersport last Summer, using back roads. We saw this guy stretched across a dirt road just north of Shawville, in Clearfield County. I did swerve to miss it, however, I may have nipped it’s tail. I stopped and backed up, and he was ready for action. Judging by the look on it’s face, and the noise it was making, it was obviously upset. I did get out, and I took a couple of pictures, using the zoom lens, from a distance. After a few moments, we decided that the best thing to do was leave, so we did.
Charlie Moyer, Ebensburg
Howard Hackett, McClure
Following the Philadelphia-area record snowfall of December 19-20, there was considerable activity at the bird feeders in my backyard in Harleysville. I have attached several pictures which I was able to capture. Included are shots of Northern Juncos, a White-Throated Sparrow, a Carolina Wren, and a Blue Jay. Each of these birds is a relatively common sight in my backyard.
This photo was taken at the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad station in New Hope (Bucks County). The station was decked out for the holiday season, and the train was busy delighting visitors and tourists along its scenic route.
For the past several years we have been going to our cabin in Hillsgrove, Sullivan Co. We enjoy swimming and playing in the Hoagland Creek, watching wildlife from our porch and kayaking on the Loyalsock. At the end of the week we attend the Little League World Series in Williamsport. We always have a great time.
It was a hot one today so we sent for a stroll at nearby and cool French Creek. The kids were cooling off from this high cliff. Note the young man in the second pic at top. He jumped into the cool pool below. Some guys have all of the fun.
While spending time in his hometown of Allentown, Richard Miller discovered this groundhog with its head stuck in a baked bean can, wandering down Linden Street. The animal couldn’t get it off of his head, so Richard and a few other people cornered the confused groundhog and removed the can.
This is a photo my 14-year-old son Harry took the day after Halloween. He was outside the morning of November 1, and saw a squirrel dragging something orange up our dogwood tree. He ran into the house to get a camera to zoom in, and the photo shows what he found. We thought a Pennsylvania squirrel, proudly displaying candy from a Pennsylvania candy company, would be interesting to Pennsylvania magazine!
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