The Contemplative Nuthatch

Nuthatches are known to wander widely in search of food during the winter months, and prefer the ever-present prickly goodness of a conifer to the ambivalence of deciduous trees. This blog serves as a sounding board for ideas and thoughts that occur while foraging about Sapsucker Woods in central NY. Recently, I have set up shop with a svelte female nuthatch on the edge of town, enlarging my contemplative scope from Sapsucker Woods to include the low country along Six Mile Creek.


2 responses

31 05 2007
Book And Bean Guy

this is a silly blog. How come no nudity?

25 08 2010


Would you like to receive news releases and review copies of Princeton University Press’s forthcoming birding and natural history books? Please contact me at jgood@brynmawr.edu for more information.

Jessica Good

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