Author Archives: Kymry

About Kymry

Welcome to the Kymry Blog. In this blog we will be showcasing photography by several different photographers with a Look in time from 1925 to the present. Share some Business & Technology of Photography. Including adventures in the birding world and many other interesting insights and observations along the way.

Bird Food For People™ ~ Gilligan’s Restaurant

GilliGan”s Restaurant In Historic Lewes, Delaware, has a crab cake that’s truly one of the best crab cakes I have ever had! Continue reading

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We Remember Noble Proctor

Dr. Poctor spoke at the United Nations concerning the state of the environment on a world wide scale along with Jane Goodall. An ornithologist all of his life, he amassed a lifelong birding list of over 6,000 species worldwide, 814 species in North America. Continue reading

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Happy Easter 2015

Happy Easter to all our Family and Friends! Mardi & Townsend Dickinson

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Bird Food For People™ ~ Kozy Corners Restaurant

Northwest Ohio is a mecca for birdwatching and a visit from President Obama at the famed Kozy Corners Family Restaurant. Continue reading

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Roland Clement Remembered

Roland became hooked on birds as a boy upon seeing a warbler eye-to-eye. Best known as VP & ecologist at National Audubon Society, Roland was a champion to curtail use of DDT & pesticides & innovate endangered bird conservation. Continue reading

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Oppose State Lands Giveaway – State Parks at Risk!

Speak Out Against the Give Away of State Lands – Silver Sands and Centennial Forest Parks at Risk! Continue reading

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