This heron gets out of dodge over the Neuse River in Raleigh.
With the Falls Dam in the background, this kingfisher takes a break from hunting for breakfast.
You know how the saying goes, “Dams – can’t live with ’em, can’t live…” Well, that’s it. Can’t live with ’em. Aside from occasionally flooding the Greenway and interrupting a bike ride or walk, most people are oblivious to the height and flow of the Neuse River. We, on the other hand, live and die
Thanks so much for those who volunteered to help us clean up the Neuse River this Sunday 4/29/18. Unfortunately, with all of the rain we’ve recently received, it looks like the Neuse River will be running at a level that far exceeds our cutoff for safely operating trips. We are super bummed, as I am
Pretty wild geometric shapes on this spider’s web. Along the Neuse River in Raleigh.
Lots of water flowing through Falls Dam this weekend. It’s been cut back in preparation for the next few day’s rain and then it’ll be back up again. We are riding the rollercoaster that is Spring. Made for a beautiful steamy sunrise on Saturday, though.
The last of the dead, brown, foliage is on its way out and is starting to be replaced with new green stems. It’s a magical time of renewal on the Neuse River in Raleigh.
This little hawk had a lot to say. His shrieks could be heard all up and down the Neuse River Greenway Trail. In Raleigh.
A gnarled log stands strong as the Neuse River swirls around it. In Raleigh.
The tree line is reflected in the glass-like surface of a perfectly calm Neuse River. In Raleigh.