- MAJOR FIND! A Soldiers Account of being stationed at Gooseberry During WWII with photos and drawings
- Westport Dawning Photo Exhibit February 2019 Westport Library
- Updated Gooseberry History Presentation – July 7, 2018
- Murder at Gooseberry!
- Breaking News – the Towers in WWII disguise!
- Gooseberry: The Mystery, the Military, The Magic – Presentation June 22, 2017
- Gooseberry – As you’ve never seen it before!
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All spring there has been relatively little bird action on Gooseberry – at least to this weekly visitor – but on our July 7 visit it started to pick up and by July 13 things were going strong. Well, at … Continue reading
First, the Monarchs are starting to arrive on their incredible trip to Mexico and I was able to catch this one in midflight and morning sun. More Monarchs later. As with all pictures in this post, click image for larger version. … Continue reading
How can I explain it? Yes, this is about a new camera – but much more. As I examined these pictures on my computer – the first taken with my new CAnon EOS Rebel T2i, I found myself transported to … Continue reading
A few days after the passage of Hurricane-turned-tropical-storm Irene I was circumnavigating Gooseberry and as I rounded the southeast point and headed towards the east point I spotted a pretty large outboard-powerded boat well up on the beach. Looking down … Continue reading
Cormorants really should stick to swimming! And I’m not sure this Osprey made a wise choice. And. . .
One of the eternal puzzles for me is why cormorants even bother to fly. I guess they can do a pretty good job of it, but it takes so much for them to get going. And they always need a … Continue reading
Somehow the sky can seem crowded when just two ospreys decide to fish the same spot. I rarely see Osprey off Gooseberry and when I do they seem to be just passing by. But not yesterday – yesterday there were … Continue reading
Yahoo! Whoop-ti-doo! I mean it took me a whole year to learn this? Yes it did! But it was a great morning – lots of neat shore birds and a new warbler or two – plus, as usual, something of … Continue reading
Today Gooseberry was Bayberry Island – unofficially, but that’s what it looked and smelled like and that’s what brought more than 100 persons from New Bedford to Gooseberry early this morning. But I get ahead of myself. I don’t want … Continue reading
Really – they’re a key way to idennify the Black-bellied Plover in flight and when in his dull plummage. My guidebook points it out – and the photos I got this morning prove it. See – black armpits. (not the … Continue reading