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More Bathing Beauties

Another bird in the bath at Palo Duro Canyon. ┬áThis one is a Bullock’s Oriole first year male.

A canyon Towhee just out of the water.

Birds

Visit to Mount Faber

After reading about all the fascinating birds other people have seen in nature-filled havens in Singapore, we decided to set off on an excursion to find some of these cool birds! 679 more words

Birdwatching

olive-backed oriole

These slender, long-tailed birds are omnivorous and have far-reaching calls. They are of medium bird size, around 25-28cm, and are common nomads in north and eastern Australia. 26 more words

Nature

Transitions

Monday, September first, I took my spinning wheel outside on the deck and placed it so I could spin the merino I am working on and watch the pond, like I do almost every pleasant morning in summer. 347 more words

Nature

More birds

Every now and then (okay, pretty much every year) family members request a piece of art from me. Aren’t they lucky? A quick and easy way for me to that is to paint studies of birds because guess what? 17 more words