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Colin Devroe

Photographer. Podcaster. Blogger. Reverse Engineer.

Looks to me like a red and grey squirrel mix
Male Cardinal
Male Mallard
Sparrow taking flight
Freshly flowered Forsythia
Possible bilateral gynandromorph Cardinal (male and female)
Nuthatch
Chipmunk
Male Garter snake
Common Merganser
Turkey Vulture
Nutchatch

Wildlife from recent quarantine walks – March/April 2020

I’ve been shooting mostly digital during our as-often-as-possible nature walks near our home. We are really hunkering down at this point, trying our best to keep ourselves and those around us safe. So making these simple shots of nearby wildlife is a nice escape.

Recent Snowbirds – Fall 2019

Trudging through the first snows of the season to find small bird havens has been a delight. I managed to find a pile of grass clippings that a nearby grounds-keeper tries to hide away behind some evergreens – the birds love to pick through the pile for insects and seeds.

Cape Cod – September 2019

Eliza, her mother, and I spent the very last few days of Summer in Cape Cod – whale watching, shopping, and barbecuing.

A few photos from Berwick, PA – January 2018

Eliza and I drove to a brewery and a few wineries a few weekends ago. We love to explore new areas and find places that are slightly off the beaten path – especially those somewhat close to home.

Alpaca. December 2016

A few fluffy goslings. Merli-Sarnoski Park, May 2017