Tag Archives: Carolyn Lorié

A precious stone with wings
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May 11, 2017

A precious stone with wings

By Carolyn Lorié One day last spring, I pulled into a parking lot in Thetford and saw a flash of brilliant red. Instantly, I knew it was a male scarlet…

The Outside Story
July 21, 2016

Nymphs in the garden

By Carolyn Lorié By mid-July, the oregano in my herb garden has grown tall and tatty, and I want nothing more than to cut it back into a tidy mound….

The Outside Story: Angry birds
The Outside Story
May 26, 2016

The Outside Story: Angry birds

By Carolyn Lorié One morning in mid-March, I opened the door to discover a dark-eyed junco frenetically battling another bird. Or at least it thought it was another bird. His…

In January, owl courtship begins
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January 21, 2016

In January, owl courtship begins

By Carolyn Lorié I’m an enthusiastic, if laid-back, bird watcher. One of the things I love most about spring and summer is the effortlessness with which I encounter a wide…