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Radnor Lake Photographs: Tue., April 14, 2010

April 13th, 2010 · 3 Comments · canada goose, ducks, flowers, lizard, Radnor Lake, red-tailed hawk nest, skink, squirrel, turtles

Mike E. invited me for a hike at Radnor Lake today (Tuesday, April 14, 2010). It was sunny and 84 degrees F as we hiked. It almost seems as though we skipped spring this year and jumped right into summer temperatures. However, it must be a banner spring for plants, as I cannot recall such […]

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Five-Lined Skinks, Radnor Lake, Google

September 22nd, 2007 · 2 Comments · lizard, Radnor Lake, skink

I recently received an email in response to the HikingNature post of August 26 when I reported a hackneyed sighting of the non-elusive, commonplace Southeastern Five-Lined Skink. Lest I bungle it, I’ll quote the question: What’s a skink? Thanks, Aunt Kay, for your question, and know that I sincerely appreciate your readership. Thanks to your […]

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Radnor Lake: A Model Clockwise Hike

August 26th, 2007 · 2 Comments · deer, great blue herons, Radnor Lake, skink

Kelly and I met at 12:30 in the Radnor Lake parking lot on the Granny White side. He was wearing a WordPress t-shirt (this blog is powered by WordPress); I might be lucky enough to have one, had I made it to Barcamp Nashville. If it were a color other than red, I would be […]

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