In September, Nuthatches in Long Canyon walk upside down on tree trunks, storing nuts and seeds in the bark to save an extra snack for winter. Ruth Carol Cushman and Scott Severs. Image: Red-breasted Nuthatch by Cri Solo
Normally it’s cliff swallows that make Longmont’s Sandstone Ranch special. This year’s abundant rains have added lush prairie grasses and wildflowers, making the ranch a Botanical Garden.
This month on the Nature Almanac, Ruth Carol Cushman and Scott E. Severs search for Western Tanagers at Waneka Lake in Lafayette, CO. Will they find them? Image: NPS
For the first Friday in May, Boulder Naturalists Steve Jones and Scott E. Severs search for song sparrows and the the true meaning . . . of opera. Image courtesy of Scott E. Severs
This is the Nature Almanac for the first Friday in March, 2019. It’s the unexpected moment when a shoveler duck, swimming right in front of Ruth Carol Cushman and Scott Severs starts wildly flapping its wings. A mink has grabbed […]
Here’s the Nature Almanac for the first Friday in February. It’s the quest for an extremely rare bird that has never been seen before in Colorado — a goose that looks a lot like a Canada Goose, so it blends […]