Raptors, Woodpeckers, Hybrids, Rats With Wings and Other Flying Machines

Scenes from Rushland, Lake Luxembourg in Langhorne, and the Delaware River in Andalusia, Pa. Photographed on March 31, and April 1, 2020, by Paul Michael Bergeron.


Making Progress But No Cigar Yet

Been trying to learn how to fly this drone since I got it on February 17th. Landing is the toughest part. I've gone through five motors so far from either their shorting out or stripping the shaft's gears for turning the props, when crash landing and flipping upside down. Fortunately parts are still available for the quadcopter. It's been quite a saga actually, which I've been documenting the progress on my main blog at Anyhow, here's the latest video from today's lollapalooza. Background music is by Unicorn Heads and called, "Down The Street Blues." Thanks for watching.


Full Worm Moon of 2020 On The Rise

Video and stills of the rising, full Worm Moon, captured on March 9, 2020, from my neighborhood hangout at the Delaware River on the shoreline of Andalusia, Pa. See footage of Delanco, NJ; Logan's Point in Eddington; Mud Island, Andalusia; and Torresdale Manor in Bensalem Township, Pa. Stills of Delran, NJ; and Northeast Philadelphia at the border of Andalusia on Poquessing Creek, are shown as well. Music prelude: "Darkness Speaks" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (
Artist:; main score: "Blue Danube" by Johann Strauss II. Photography and video by Paul Michael Bergeron. Thanks for watching!


Rising of the Snow Moon: The Full Monty

Video and stills of February 2020's Full Snow Moon over Burlington Township and Delanco, NJ, with scenes from Bristol Borough and Andalusia, PA, on the Delaware River. Shots were captured on the 8th and 9th for the total effect. Photography by Paul Michael Bergeron. Thanks for watching.

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An Early-January Jaunt Around Sarobia

Scenes from the former Logan Estate, now Neshaminy State Park in Bensalem Township, Pa. For the colorful history of this notable property, pick up a copy of the illustrated book, Sarobia: Sanctuary For Human Beings, Birds And Animal, which can be found at: Amazon; Lulu; Barnes & Noble Nook; Apple Books; and other fine bookstores.