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We launched our new website today! It much better describes what we do, why we do it, and some of what we have done. Now that I am retired, I will have much more time to work on various important … Continue reading
It is with pleasure and pride that today we published the next issue of CPWToday. You can view it, and the previous two issues, at CPWToday.com. We are excited about this issue, because it contains articles on important environmental and conservation … Continue reading
Yesterday, I had another opportunity to check on the status of an active eagles nest on the Potomac River. As you can see from the images in this blog article, the two eaglets are well and growing rapidly. If you check my … Continue reading
It is a cool, pleasant evening in northern Virginia. So, I had the sliding glass door open to the back deck off my office. While working on my computer about 45 minutes ago, I heard a pair of Barred Owls … Continue reading
Just a quick article to share an image that I regularly see on my desktop that reminds me of the beautiful sunrise I experienced and photographed a couple weeks ago on Bulls Island on the South Carolina coast. It was … Continue reading
Early Saturday morning, March 26, 2016, my friend, Ernie Sears, and I went to a location along the Potomac River to photograph and video an active American Bald Eagles’ nest. The location of the nest is fortunately not well known, and … Continue reading