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Bad News for Bee-eaters

I checked up on the Bee-eaters a couple of days ago. According to the website the watchers noticed a change in behaviour a couple of weeks ago, with adults no longer taking food into the nests. 113 more words

Bird Watching

Eagle or Buzzard?

“Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall. There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it. 843 more words

(g) ‘Inn’ tertwined ‘Inn’ terpretations (6.24)

‘Inn’ tertwined ‘Inn’ terpretations

Yesterday – several fender benders
And ‘alligators’ – parts of tires left from other
Accidents line the sides of the roads… 202 more words

McKinney Roughs 4-26-2017

Finally after a couple of months away from the trails due to suddenly getting very ambitious around the garden even to the extent of cleaning out the three sheds which haven’t been cleaned in 20 years, my friend BJ and I were able to hit the trails at McKinney Roughs for the first time since January of this year. 685 more words


back to the buzzards...

…and walking the dog on the well worn paths and empty lanes, being serenaded by crickets and enjoying the peace and tranquility of rural France. 236 more words


Ardmor again

I love the walk up to Ardmore, its a forestry commission track 20 minutes from our flat. Once we are there Reuben can just go crazy off the lead. 105 more words

Catching up with Buzzards

I’m a few days behind, but here’s #6 as per the prompt of Day 6: “a poem that looks at the same thing from various points of view,” taking particular inspiration from NaPo’s example poet Wallace Stevens — though I’ve opted for buzzards instead of blackbirds. 123 more words