When the world is a scary mystery, it’s time for self-care. Self-care can be as simple as calling a friend and hearing a compassionate voice, or as elaborate as a trip to a secluded beach on a private island. For me, it’s paying attention to the birds. Really,
Osprey sketches for a children’s illustrated chapter book. Sketches are done, color to come. All images ©2015 Kate Garchinsky. All rights reserved. Do you like?
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AUDUBON, PA — Opening Reception on Saturday, September 13, 2014, 10:00 AM – NOON Live book readings by Kate Garchinsky (10:30 am) and Ponder Goembel, Artist(11:00 am) Show hangs through Saturday, November 15, 2014 This special exhibit, displayed in the historical childhood home of John James Audubon, will honor the life
“How I love the mist of dew drops in my feathers this morning,” tooweets the Towhee. “Yes! And I am hungry!” barks the Blue Jay. “Swwweet thistle seed! Swweeet thistle seed!” squeaks the Goldfinch between beakfuls. “Hey! Hey! Hey!” peeps mother Robin. “Meeeee?” Catbird mews. “No! You!
Common Yellow Throat, Car Collision, Appleton Road, Kemblesville Pennsylvania Screech Owls munch on Katydids. Carolina Wrens play with their food. Bats don’t like Barred Owls. Cedar Waxwings flap backwards for blueberries. Don’t look at the Wood Ducks the wrong way. Female Scarlet Tanagers are not scarlet, they
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