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The Film Series

A documentary series by Greg Kerekez, the title:“Silicon Valley of the Heart’s Delight” is a play on names associated with Santa Clara County: “Silicon Valley” combined with a historical term for the South Bay: “Valley of the Heart’s Delight.” Before … Continue reading

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San Jose Beaver Rescue

Mama Beaver has been Rescued! Thank you to all who helped out: Wildlife Emergency Services from Moss Landing, City of San Jose Park Rangers, Guadalupe River Park Conservancy, Urban Wildlife Research Project, Happy Hallow Zoo Staff, Wildlife Center of Silicon … Continue reading

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Red Fox-Vulpes vulpes

One recent morning, while out just before sunrise, I encountered a curious Red Fox. It met my stare with a calm, lonesome look and seemed to enjoy my company. As I took portraits of the fox it rolled in the … Continue reading

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Red Breasted Sap Sucker

The Red Breasted Sap Sucker is a rare spot for birders in downtown San Jose, California. Signs of the Sap Sucker’s presence are rows of holes bored into tree trunks and branches. They partake of the trees sap by carving … Continue reading

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Early Spring along the Guadalupe River

The last week of March along the Guadalupe River in San Jose, CA was full of the common indications of Spring: heavy rain,  mating rituals, nest building, and chick rearing.  I observed a Mocking Bird collecting man made materials along … Continue reading

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Guadalupe River Spring Cleanup: April 30, 2011

This April, join fellow citizens of San Jose in cleaning up the local waterway, the Guadalupe River. This event will be rewarding as well as educational. During the cleanup we will be surveying and identifying wildlife; as well as dissecting the … Continue reading

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Water Bottle 101

Photograph taken       Jan 20, 2011. Take their water, package it in poison, then sell it back to them. The World Water Market is currently grossing 7 billion dollars per year. Corporations have pumped municipal water supplies dry and … Continue reading

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