The End

On May 25, 2011, in Nature, by Meghan

Friends and I took to watching the fields around the Sandhill Cranes’ nesting site off Highway 224 in Park City today, but we came up empty-handed.

Here’s Hoping

On May 24, 2011, in Nature, by Meghan

Early this morning, the local public radio station reported a story about the Highway 224 Sandhill Crane family that has drawn the attention and love of Park City, Utah residents, including me.

When Magic Happens

On May 23, 2011, in Nature, by Meghan

After 30 or 31 days of egg incubation in one of the wettest springs on record in Park City, Utah, magic happened!

A Miracle on Highway 224

On April 25, 2011, in Nature, by Meghan

The modern pterodactyl, I thought you were.

A Sprunged Spring

On June 11, 2010, in Adventure, Cycling, Friends, Racing, by Meghan

Spring has sprunged here in the Sierra Nevada. Be it the weekly waves of zealous lowland wildflowers, Yosemite Valley’s snowmelt floodwaters, or the raspy song of the migrant mountain bluebird above a snow patch at 8,000 feet elevation, the signs are everywhere.