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A Morning Bath For His Majesty

This morning was my favorite kind of morning.  I got up while it was still dark and sipped coffee in a Nutcracker Christmas mug while I read my Bible. 244 more words


Migration at Hurdman

Spring migration is progressing, and although several new species have arrived recently, none are back in any big numbers – except maybe the Bohemian Waxwings that moved through last week and the juncos that are starting to move through now. 607 more words



What a great day for heading down to Rondeau! Even though it’s still early days for the spring migration there was lots of activity going on as we gazed out over the waters of Lake Erie and walked in the surrounding woods and fields.
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Indeed, the subtle touches of beauty are what enable most people to survive. Yet beauty is so quietly woven through our ordinary days that we hardly notice it. 1,147 more words

Kinglets are tiny in size, big in spirit

A flock of American Crows provided some drama on Sunday, Nov. 23. The crows, perhaps with good reason, didn’t appreciate finding a Red-tailed Hawk in their airspace. 913 more words


A Very Special Little Visitor

This delightful little bird holds a special place in my memory, as a photo of this little bird was my first photo to ever win an award, a second place ribbon in a local competition a few years ago.  248 more words


Down by the River

I only had a bit of time after dropping my daughter off at school to try to see some birds at a local park.  The birds must have known I was in a hurry because I ended up only going about 10 feet from my car and there were tons of little birds flitting around some low trees next to the river.  227 more words

Birds Of Prey