Official Connecticut Regional Coordinator
- Warm Weather Clothing Gear
- Announcement Canon EF 200-400mm f/4L IS USM Extender 1.4X
- Read to your Kid, It’s Children’s Book Week!
- Bird Food For People™ ~ Eagle’s Nest Sweet Retreat
- Blackburnian Warbler, A Survivor!
- Bird Food For People™ ~ Seoul Gardens Chinese Restaurant
- PledgeToFledge Connecticut Boat Trip!
- “Gifts of the Crow”
- Bedford 2020 VegOut!
- Happy Easter!
- COA 29th Annual Meeting 2013
- Happy First Day of Spring!
- CT NOFA 31st Annual Winter Conference 2013
- Flock of Winter Robins
- Rabbit Rabbit!
- Farm to Family
- Nest, Eggs, Heartbreak & Beauty Exhibition
- Season’s Greetings!
- Happy Thanksgiving!
- Westport CBC Feeder Form 2012
- via @CTEnvironment Happy Long Island Sound Day, everyone! Need some ideas of things you can do to... on.fb.me/172qqqO @KymryGroup Twitter 17 hours ago
- CT BROWN BOOBY ~ 1st State Record! Great story & photos by Larry Flynn. is.gd/rgPwhx As of 10:25am bird has NOT been relocated. Twitter 23 hours ago
- via @CTEnvironment Something’s different around here… Rebecca Kaplan, our director of media commun... on.fb.me/16XyZ6r @KymryGroup Twitter 1 day ago
- UPDATE: The CT Brown Booby was last seen in Norwalk Harbor at 2:55pm Today 3/23 & has NOT been relocated yet! Out on boat as I write this! Twitter 1 day ago
- via @CTEnvironment DEEP doesn't have enough inspectors to make sure that the 5,000 dams that dot C... on.fb.me/14DCri8 @KymryGroup Twitter 1 day ago
- Warm Weather Clothing Gear: Awhile back I wrote an article on Winter Clothing Gear.@Some of the... bit.ly/14CW0Hi @KymryGroup Twitter 1 day ago
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Tag Archives: Kymry ~ A look in time….
John Marzluff author of “Gifts of the Crow,” does a Illustrated presentation to a packed house at the Mid-Manhattan New York Public Library, New York, NY on April 2, 2013. Dr. Marzluff discusses the amazing and intelligent corvid family, with a focus on crows. Mardi Dickinson also Includes a book review and the link to her radio interview with both authors. Continue reading
Connecticut Chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (CTNOFA) held their 31st Annual Winter Conference 2013, on Saturday, March 2, 2013, at the Wilton High School in Wilton, CT. Over 800 participants came this year, including 64 vendors and 55 workshops. Continue reading
Today is the first day of March, and the phrase Rabbit! Rabbit! were the first words spoken to another person in our house. This is a British tradition that we continue today. When I was growing up, on the morning … Continue reading
Farm to Family explores the links to past connections and the real honest sustainable agriculture that has been around for centuries and now are imprints in the form of Farmers Markets. Continue reading
Honoring our Fallen United States Soldiers today on Memorial Day, May 28, 2012. Thank You to all the Men and Women who have served our country and continue to do so. Continue reading
The highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark III. With supercharged EOS performance and stunning full frame, high-resolution image capture, the EOS 5D Mark III is designed to perform. Special optical technologies like the 61-Point High Density Reticular AF and an extended ISO range of 100-25600 (expandable to 50 (L), 51200 (H1) and 102400 (H2) make the EOS 5D Mark III ideal for shooting in the studio or out in the field, and great for still photography. Continue reading
Talk about a wonderful place for hispanic/spanish/latin food. This IS the place. The word Bodega came from the actual spanish word “grocery store” – La Bodega. This is one of those places you will definitely want to come and hangout … Continue reading
Westport, CT CBC Christmas Bird Count Sunday December 18th 2011. This year is the 65th Annual Westport CT Christmas Bird Count, and the 112th anniversary of the National Audubon CBC concept. The intent of the count is to locate, identify, and count all birds found within a 15-mile diameter count circle, centered at Westport’s twin Bridges on Route 57. Continue reading
What a nice Thanksgiving gift, a Painted Bunting came to visit Cove Island Wildlife Sanctuary, Cove Island Park, Stamford CT, today! Cove Island is the lovely Sanctuary that was host to The Fork-tailed Flycatcher last year on November 17, 2010 and that … Continue reading
Daniel C. Esty, Commissioner of the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (DEEP), spoke on July 28, 2011 at the Sherwood Island State Park Nature Center. The event was co-sponsored by The Friends of Sherwood Island State Park and Green … Continue reading
Connecticut Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound, 2011 Annual Meeting took place on Sunday, October 2, 2011 from 1-4pm. The breathtaking backdrop at the Stamford Yacht Club was packed with over 300 environmentalist who attended this important 2011 annual meeting. Connecticut … Continue reading
Since 1992, Super Duper Weenie has been satisfying loyal customers in Fairfield, CT with snappy hot dogs and freshly made condiments. All food is grown and made locally. Continue reading
Mount Kisco Elementary School Community Garden Grand Opening was offically inaugurated on June 14, 2011. MKES transforms a old tennis court into a sustainable Community Garden. This is a garden built to share with the community but also created to encourage active involvement among students, parents, and the greater Mount Kisco. Continue reading
The first real-life approach to bird identification. Whether you are a beginner, expert, or anywhere in between, The Crossley ID Guide (published by Princeton University Press) will vastly improve your ability to identify birds. A must have book for putting in your library to read over and over again! Continue reading
Earthplace Nature Center in Westport CT, celebrated their 11th year. Every year they have a theme. This year, it’s “Do It Yourself, Green at Home,” which is about things you can do at home to have a positive effect on the environment. Mardi Welch Dickinson from the Kymry Group/Photographic & Marketing Solutions was the events Official Green Photographer.. one of Mardi’s specialties. Continue reading