The Start of 2017

I have finally reached my first 200 observations and added two more to that list. In all so far I have 202 observations on my list. This year is turning out to be a good year. However the last few observations were from last year. I do however have several photos from my last bird outing. I have been trying to find time to get outside but it has been so cold. I know cold weather attracts birds but it was snowing yesterday and now it is beginning to warm up here in a little while; maybe about next week it will be a good time to go out and travel to my usual areas of interest. I still have that April nature contest to help out with which will be very interesting. It won't be long before I am back in school and I will be looking for creatures at school. It seems that School is a hot bed of activity. I have been keeping tabs at the South Campus but I am wanting to go back to Southeast campus to do some documenting there if at all possible. The mission I created last year is not just for South Campus but for all TCC Campuses in the TCCD District. I have a few more areas I would like to check out soon but I am hoping to continue to do more research in the areas I am familiar with. Sambiology says that there are some organisms at Elmer W. Oliver that haven't been found yet so that adds a bit of a secondary challenge for me. I may have to check back year round to see what is what. I am so excited to continue observing and documenting for this site. I still have somethings I haven't added to my list yet but I will add them soon. I have a few observations from when I was was out Volunteering last year while I was accumulating my first 40 hours so I could get certified as a full fledged Crosstimbers Texas Master Naturalist. Getting 202 observations was pretty easy but yet it has been challenging. I do however enjoy seeing things I have never seen before. It seems that last year was all about bugs and fungus for the most part. This year I am hoping to see many more insects and even more birds. I really want to travel out of my local areas to search for stuff out of my home range. I seem to stay in one place mainly as you can tell on my observation tab map. I However staying in one area and doing extensive research is good to get a complete list of organisms that are in one particular area. I have found some things that are not too common to observe. Some are really hard to ID. I need to do some more digging to see if I can't ID some of my unidentified observations. Am doing good so far. I just need to keep at it and double that number of observations. 2017 is going to be a great year and I think that it is going to be another year of discovery. Things are going to be good and I am going to try my hardest to get out more and go exploring this year. I hope that this year will be a good one and I hope that I will be able to find several new and wonderful interesting things; Only time will tell.

Publicado por galactic_bug_man galactic_bug_man, 07 de enero de 2017


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