Crows by Katie Finch

Crows by Katie Finch

In an effort to counteract the effects of holiday treats, after-work walks in my neighborhood have been more frequent this fall. Living in town, these evening walks are usually accompanied by the “caw, caw, caw” of crows. I easily recognize their large silhouettes and...
Below the Snow Blanket by Sarah Hatfield

Below the Snow Blanket by Sarah Hatfield

I scowled as I watched the snowflakes fall outside the window. Yet fifteen minutes later, driving through the fat puffs of white, like Han Solo on the Millennium Falcon in hyperdrive, I comment on the beauty of the snow coated branches. Finally, I worry about the...
Unusual Things by Jeff Tome

Unusual Things by Jeff Tome

How do you know what you saw is what you saw? There are some animals that everyone just seems to know, such as robins, Blue Jays and Raccoons. But what defines the essential “raccoon-ness” of a raccoon? Would you recognize one if it was completely or partially white?...
Goldfinches by Katie Finch

Goldfinches by Katie Finch

Since the unusually warm days in late February when turtles basked in the sun, fuzzy Pussy Willows peeked out of their hard brown buds and green spikes of daylilies pierced the unfrozen ground I’ve been looking for more signs of spring. A friend of mine said spring in...