This is the beginning of a page that will have photos linked to different topics and locations throughout the state of Vermont. You can click on the image or words to get to the respective pages.
| Milton Frye Nature Area
This small but diverse nature area in “downtown” Norwich Vermont can be spectacular when the apple trees bloom. The area’s fields and woods support a number of resident species. One rainy spring many species of migrating birds were present for three days trapped by the cold and rain.
|Vermont Pond Hockey
Click the image below and you will get to a page with links to many photos from the first three Vermont Pond Hockey Championships held at Lake Morey.
|Mount Mansfield with Bicknell’s Thrushes
Smuggler’s Notch as seen from the top of Mount Mansfield shortly after the fog cleared just before sunset on a very foggy day. Click the image below to read and see a story of Banding Bicknell’s Thrushes on top of the mountain.
| Nulhegan Basin
The Nulhegan Basin is a unique biological and topographical area in Northern Vermont. It includes the hardest to find Vermont town of Lewis.
| Migration of the Snow Geese
A trip to Dead Creek in Addison years ago proved to be a wonderful experience. It was our first trip to see the migration of the snow geese and they did not disappoint.