Amazing water level photographs, Dan Tack tribute and beautiful winter photographs!, Yes, Volume 15 - means 15 years of TI Life....
It was always my dream to take a piece of the river home with me in the fall to help me savor my island world until I could return in the spring. Last fall, I did just that.
Sometimes it feels as though Old Man Winter has a temperature-oscillation App which he turns on before disappearing for a week or two..
TIWLT has done a lot for this area, and is about to do more with the launch of their latest initiative: The Thousand Acre Challenge.
Transport yourself to the serenity of the River. Close your eyes. What do you hear? An eerie but beautiful sound. A Common Loon. Each year dozens of volunteers take part in the Annual Loon Count on the St. Lawrence River.
What is life like for those few lucky, possibly smarter, white-tailed deer which manage to avoid cars, coyotes, projectiles and parasites beyond the first few years of existence?
To know that a storm is coming is to apprehend mystery and fate... By bedtime, it was blowing a gale.
Once known as Marsh Hawk, this species is a favorite raptor of mine. They are most often seen skimming low over open country flashing the white rump patch that helps identify them in all plumages.
Trees whose leaves show color ahead of their same-species peers are doing so because they are barely breaking even. The solar-powered sugar factories we call trees are good savers, ...
I have heard that the only difference between a rut and a grave is their dimensions. This may be overstating things a bit, but we definitely fell ...
What really harms trees is a shortage of oxygen in flooded soils. Severity of flood damage also depends on a tree’s health before the event...
The next time sumac’s bright red fall “flag” catches your eye, consider stopping to collect some berries to make a refreshing drink.
I put up a petition using this picture of a flooded boathouse and in short order found that a lot of us supported something that would encourage action.
I knew immediately there was a stunning photograph to be had here, but there were challenges to be overcome.
She was the talk of Grenell Island—Murray Isle too. “Did you see the new set of ducklings? One of them is white.” Well, in all honesty, she
The Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary is an oddity of history, its nine thousand hectares of field, wetland, and uplands established on land reclaimed through unique circumstances.
Minna Anthony Common spent nearly all of here summers surrounded by its beauty as the foundation for her life's work.
Before August 1st, 1929, Grenell Island was dark at night. Imagine a world lit by lamplight.