Dave Nelson

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About Dave Nelson

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    Adirondack Mountains, NY, USA
  • Interests
    Wild critters and wilderness.

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  1. Bulk discount

    I also had one from Turkey on Tuesday.
  2. Dead Animal

    Gray fox in the grass - died of unknown causes.
  3. Post your positive results in 2018 here! :)

    First sale showed up as invoiced today! Not a hugh amount, but you have to start somewhere!
  4. New Year, New Lens

    Guess I was wrong - I found this page that seems to show exactly what you have - looks like John was correct. The image of the berries half way down the page indicate the same growth pattern as in your image. http://www.gardenaction.co.uk/trees/rowan-mountain-ash/sorbus-hupehensis.asp
  5. New Year, New Lens

    I'm not sure it's in the Sorbus genus. Look at how the berries are growing - individually from the branches as opposed to in bunches, like the ones in Allan's images above. The Mountain Ash and other members of that genus all seem to have berries in bunches. I'm still looking for something with berries growing individually from the branches... (Probably should have started a separate thread for this.)
  6. New Year, New Lens

    That doesn't look like the Mountain Ash tree and berries that we have up here. The tree is fuller, the berries are more pink than the red/orange color that we have, plus they are growing more individually from the branches, as opposed to in bunches. I just uploaded a shot of our berries - should have it on line tomorrow if not sooner.
  7. New Year, New Lens

    Hi Betty - look at Mountain Ash trees - genus Sorbus - also called Rowan trees or shrubs. We have lots of Mountain Ash trees in the Adirondacks with bright red and orange berries that shrivel up in winter. I'm not sure if they range that far south and west. I have some in the yard - I'll try to get some decent images to upload if the snow ever stops. Most of the berries have fallen. Cedar waxwing birds up here love the berries. Dave
  8. cyclic activity....

    I'm still patiently waiting for a set of wheels.
  9. Post some of your Winter and Holiday photos

    We have had a bit of snow lately here in the Adirondack Mountains... You can just see my Jeep peeking out...
  10. Post some of your Winter and Holiday photos

    Snowmobile trail through the Adirondack wilderness.
  11. Post some of your Fall Autumn photos

    One of my favorite places to wander - along the Sacandaga River in the Adirondack Mountains.
  12. Slow month?

    Patiently waiting for feeding times...
  13. Greetings from the Adirondack Mountains

    Many thanks, Bill. I'll go back and add some tags.
  14. Greetings from the Adirondack Mountains

    Thanks! I'm starting to get the hang of it.