I am Jack Dodson. My wife, Lorraine, and I and our three children live on a farm in the middle of Missouri. We love nature and are working towards restoring our sixty acres to a more native state. We also have a “bluebird trail” which is a collection of nest boxes or bird houses for bluebirds and other native cavity dwelling birds. I am an amateur photographer and wanted a place to share my experiences and photographs….thus this blog is born.

5 Responses to About

  1. Hi Dodsons!

    I did a blog last year (2009). It’s a labor of love, indeed.

    I am looking forward to watching your blog grow. I’m not familiar with WordPress. Is there a way I can subscribe to your blog so that when you post an entry I will be notified?

    Good luck! Linda in NW Georgia

    • jackdodson says:

      I did some checking and added a subscription “widget” to the blog. Try it out if you would like. We will find out together if it works.

  2. jeffrey dodson says:

    your blog is cool

  3. I’ve been really enjoying your posts and will come back to read more and look at more of your photos. I’d like to ask you for permission to use a couple of your photos in my own posts. One is the Golden Fritillary Butterflies on Butterfly Weed. The other is the Pearl Crescent (on a yellow flower). I would credit to your name and link to both the original post and your blog home. I’d like to invite you to visit a recent post of mine to see what I do at https://exploringcolour.wordpress.com/2017/08/19/perfect-match/ Please let me know. Cheers, Liz (Dunedin, New Zealand)

  4. Ron Dodson says:

    Hello Jack Dodson – Just found your blog and signed up to read future posts. I am also a Dodson, originally from Indiana. I have lived in the Albany, NY area since 1982. I am a retired wildlife biologist and former executive of the Audubon Society. One of the several projects that I am involved with includes a blog about my Dad and his time in the Service during WW II. Also interested in family farms and published a book about that topic a year ago.
    Always glad to find other Dodson’s who are interested in wildlife and farming.

    All the best,

    Ron Dodson

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