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Ordinary, Everyday, Common Birds

“The more often we see things around us – even the beautiful and wonderful things – the more they become invisible to us. That is why we often take for granted the beauty of this world: The flowers, the trees, the birds, the clouds – even those we love. 104 more words


Late Summer Birds

I’ve only photographed a few birds in the last couple of weeks. This Northern Cardinal was particularly interesting because it had lost all of it’s head feathers. 104 more words

Bird Photography

Photos: A Walk Along The Oswego River

I started fostering-to-adopt two kittens this week, so I didn’t walk as much as usual. Ronan is the gray and Wilhelmina is the tiger. They are very busy but very friendly kitties. 103 more words



A Mourning Dove masintains a watchful eye on me


Tips for Bird ID: 4 Birds in St. Pete Beach

  • Northern Mockingbird. If you’ve never seen one before you might be surprised at how drab they are. They are among the most romanticized birds (thanks, in part, to…
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Bird Watch

The Morning Birds

“Lavender clouds sail like a fleet of ships across the pale green dawn.” – Edward Abbey. The Opposite of Bird Watching

It is a dawn like what Abbey describes that makes me often wake before the sun rises. 397 more words