Peg DiBenedetto

FROM DINGLE HILL: The ​Eagle – November 2023

FROM DINGLE HILL: The ​Eagle - November 2023

Peg tells a riveting story of an inured eagle:
   Joseph knew he had deliveries to make, but did not want to leave the injured eagle alone.  In time Don Snow, the owner of the trucking company showed up. He sent Joseph on his way and waited as long as he could for Michael to arrive. But eventually Don had to leave, so he tied a florescent yellow vest to a tree to mark the exact location of the eagle.

FROM DINGLE HILL: The ​A​ccidental ​B​irder – October 2023

FROM DINGLE HILL: The ​A​ccidental ​B​irder - October 2023

Peg describes how she became a “birder”

FROM DINGLE HILL: BEWARE THE MENACING BEAUTIES – August 2023

FROM DINGLE HILL: BEWARE THE MENACING BEAUTIES - August 2023

Beware of Multiflora Rosa – highly invasive.

FROM DINGLE HILL: HOW MUCH OF THE WORLD AM I WILLING TO SACRIFICE TO DO A “GREEN” THING? – June 2023

   I was planning to write about the pair of chickadees I saw, mating about 3 feet in front of me…then my plan changed. An article I saw in the Washington Post this morning stopped me cold.

FROM DINGLE HILL – THE COYOTES – April 2023

FROM DINGLE HILL – THE COYOTES  - April 2023

By Peg DiBenedetto A coyote crossed fast in front my car. I braked hard and a moment later a second, larger coyote followed the first, traveling just as quickly. Breeding season. Females den up in the upper ledge rocks above the cabin and give birth sometime around April. The little pups open their eyes in…

FROM DINGLE HILL: For The Birds – January 2023

FROM DINGLE HILL: For The Birds - January 2023

Peg tells us how to keep birds from banging on windows.