April 15, 2018
It has been a tough winter and spring, but I wanted to let you all know that I’m easing back into the blog as best I can.
As many of you know, I had some technology failure that resulted in my need for a new PC and some difficulty in blogging.
Then, the week before Easter, my father passed away after a long battle with heart disease and Parkinson’s.
It’s been tough to get my mojo back, but after reasonably fruitful day-trips to Stormwater Treatment Area 5/6 and Fort De Soto Park the past two weekends, I feel I may have turned a corner. So stay tuned later this week for a few photos and such.
A majestic Crested Caracara in Hendry County seems like a good herald for restarting the blog, yeah?
Thanks for sticking with me.
January 21, 2017
With the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival upon us, I’ve run into a bit if a snag. My PC has suffered a catastrophic drive failure. This will put a crimp in my blogging plans (and my budget), but I hope to at least get some basic posts out there until I come up with a new work flow or machine (my PC is 7 years old and was getting stretched a bit as it is).
At least all my photos were backed up!
I have an announcement!
“HEY YOU GUYS!”
As part of my efforts to expand the reach of my blog, I’ve now activated my domain, lonelybirder.org!
“Hey everyone, check it out!”
The former wordpress.com address should redirect to the new one, so there’s no need to change your bookmarks or whatever, if you don’t want to. Any ads at the bottom of my blog posts should now be gone, also!
Stay tuned for more birding!
“OMG I am so happy!”