The Pocomoke River and connecting creeks and lowlands are flooded after days of heavy rain. It happened in the summer of 1989 and we thought that was the ’50 year flood’. Then my home and studio were isolated when damaged bridges … Continue reading →
About Sharon Himes
Sharon is the artist and naturalist who writes Woodland Seasons.
It seems as if the March winds blow the little goldfinches to our corner of the forest. They arrive in flocks, chirping and singing their twittery songs as if excited to find our feeders and birdbaths. he males have barely … Continue reading →
As September begins and summer winds down, we may soon be saying goodbye to some of the summer birds in the forest. Two pairs of American Goldfinches have been with us all summer while most of their friends just passed … Continue reading →