Virgina Creeper turns a brilliant red in the fall winding through Live Oak trees – photo by H. Valey © 2017


My name is Heather.  I’m a member of the Texas Master Naturalists and an avid nature photographer. Everything starts with a beginning, so here we go.  I am kicking up this blog as a place to share my nature discoveries and photos with friends and acquaintances.  I will be focusing mostly on Texas, but there will be occasional posts about other wild places in different parts of the country and the world.  Actual content will be seasonal, because well that’s how mother nature works! So expect winter birds in the winter, butterflies in the spring and the fall, frogs in the summer, etc.


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