Meanwhile, here at Glomus, here’s Cicada of East Brook Community Farm (our communal business) bringing out the greens and veggies for our first weekly CSA of 2021. Farming is our business, and it’s a lot of work, but this is the payoff.
Sumner continues his exploration of birds and other wildlife at the East Wind community. Here he takes us down to East Wind’s dairy barn and out to pasture with the cows, all the while looking at the birds that surround those places.
Warning: this is a strange video. As Sumner says, it’s about two bats doing… something. Fighting? Sex? There’s a bunch of footage (including a brief cameo by a peeper frog) and a lot of speculation. There’s a lot of life at the rural communes and much of it nonhuman. Sumner has been documenting it at East Wind. (Also, language warning. Folks at the communes pretty much say what they are thinking and not always in the most polite manner. Still, nothing you couldn’t hear in the cities if you listen.)
Lick Creek runs through East Wind Community and videographer Sumner has documented the birds that hang out there. This is the second in a series about wildlife at East Wind. Here’s the first in the series.
People aren’t the only residents of the communes. Here Sumner presents the first in a series of videos about wildlife that is found around East Wind. This one is about common birds that hang out around the community.