This is a remote place in one of the State Parks in Southeastern Pennsylvania that I often visit early in the morning. A partial clearing in the dense native woods provides refuge from the sights and sounds of urban life. Sitting quietly, the wildlife accepts me as part of the forest. From what at first appears to be a lifeless part of the forest, emerges the sounds of birds and other animals going about a daily routine. Like a real life, “What for it …”. I am never disappointed in the joyful chorus of sight, sound and smells of natures very own.