I don’t know about the rest of my NJWILDBEAUTY readers, but this one has had to cancel far more nature excursions than she’s taken in recent months.
With any luck, I’ll be down in Salem and Cumberland Counties, on the Delaware Bayshore, searching for spring above all, and birds — eagles everywhere — all day Sunday.
I’ll gather a few more scenes from other journeys, other seasons, to the wild and watery reaches of Salem and Cumberland. With any luck, I’ll have new ones for you soon…
You can see, when we’re in Salem and Cumberland, driving down every road that says “NO EXIT”, for all roads lead to the Bay, “we are not in Kansas any more…”
The reason these austere and pristine beauties, this historic sites, may still be experienced, is that humans work very hard to preserve them. As NJWILDBEAUTY readers know, I spend the major portion of my life furthering preservation of New Jersey land. Believe it or not, thought the Delaware Bay is very far from us, we are working very hard to preserve its waterways, marshes, meadows, farmlands and, above all [for me, and especially for our winged brethren], bird habitat.