Birdman shares a Clementia eagle sighting

| Filed under

Clementia eagle

Bill (Birdman) Gengler shares this photo and note: "The Eagle is back in the tree at Clementia.  Took this picture at 6 p.m. Wednesday from the party area parking lot all the way across the lake. Have a long 65x optical lens on my Canon. The Birdman is pretty happy as well as the rest of the nature lovers in Rancho." Read more » about Birdman shares a Clementia eagle sighting

RMA is open to gate discussion – but not yet

| Filed under

The Rancho Murieta Association board of directors seemed open to a community conversation about what kind of gate would be best at Escuela Drive when Stonehouse Road is improved – but some directors at Tuesday night's board meeting thought it’s too soon to be talking. The board also continued its conversations about problems with geese at Lake Clementia. Read more » about RMA is open to gate discussion – but not yet

After the storm, still in Murieta...

| Filed under

Eagle

After the weekend storms, and the loss of the eagles' nest, Paul Wallace got this shot Tuesday at Lake Clementia. Read more » about After the storm, still in Murieta...

The Cosumnes racing under Yellow Bridge

| Filed under

Yellow Bridge

The recent storms have the Cosumnes moving rapidly again, as neighbor Frank Falusi found Tuesday when he got this photo of rafters passing under the Yellow Bridge (with a cart scooting across overhead). Read more » about The Cosumnes racing under Yellow Bridge

Will RMA fix geese problem by killing them?

| Filed under

Geese

The geese at Lake Clementia are a problem the RMA wants to address.

Under an agenda item titled “Wildlife Permit for Lake Clementia,” the Rancho Murieta Association board last week discussed obtaining permits to kill the geese that foul the Lake Clementia beach and grassy areas. The board also held a lengthy discussion with the North developer about the community’s trails system. Read more » about Will RMA fix geese problem by killing them?

Some of Rancho Murieta's winter wildlife

| Filed under

Ringed-neck pheasant

Bill (Birdman) Gengler got a few hours of sunshine this week and found some beautiful birds at Lake Calero. From Bill: "The first two photos are the very beautiful ring-neck pheasant, which came from Asia and settled in the East. Some of them moved West and can be found in small areas of central California and larger areas in Washington and Oregon." Click to see more. Read more » about Some of Rancho Murieta's winter wildlife

Red at night, sailor's delight...

| Filed under

Sunset

Taking its cue from our turning trees, Thursday's sunset was a spectacular light show. Read more » about Red at night, sailor's delight...

An autumn chill (and turkeys) in the air

| Filed under

Turkeys in tree

Bill (Birdman) Gengler branches out today with some shots of Rancho Murieta's autumn colors, and this is the only one with turkeys. Maybe we're not Vermont, but every fall we get some exceptional red and blush-colored trees. The next week is forecast to be dry with chilly nights, which means our trees may get brighter still. Share your photos or drop us a line with the location of a remarkable tree. Just email editor@ranchomurieta.com. Start by taking a look at Bill's offerings. Read more » about An autumn chill (and turkeys) in the air

Finding Murieta beauty at every turn

| Filed under

Walking Joaquin

Dixie Kieffer shares this shot and a simple message: Walking group enjoys the beauty of where we live on Laguna Joaquin. Read more » about Finding Murieta beauty at every turn

Family ties, Rancho Murieta edition

| Filed under

Pelicans

Reliable correspondent Bill (Natureman) Gengler provides a handful of family-oriented wildlife shots taken in Rancho Murieta and this note: "Of course the white pelicans made their yearly stop in the lake next to the Equestrian Center and the other creatures were roaming our streets with their kids.  I don't know which gate they came in, but they seem to be enjoying it here." Don't miss Bill's second photo, of the deer, which you can see if you click to continue. Read more » about Family ties, Rancho Murieta edition

Pages

Your comments