03/22/22 – American Woodcocks

Last spring, Ralphie and I were wandering the back paths. Nothing on our minds, just a chance to connect with the quiet after a long day. We noticed a brown fluff on the ground and as we approached we saw a unique-looking bird, with large black eyes and a long beak. We didn’t know whatContinue reading “03/22/22 – American Woodcocks”

Kill Deer (03/23/21)

Yesterday I heard them. The penetrating shrill tee-dee-de-de-de, tee-dee-de-de-de. I have been expecting them and it wasn’t long before I spotted their white undercarriage as they took flight from the ground’s camouflage. The house I purchased two years ago had been vacant and unkept for five years. The side yard a sea of eight footContinue reading “Kill Deer (03/23/21)”

Feminism for Cardinals (03/12/21)

I am an avid bird watcher. It is part of my coffee routine every single morning. Drink coffee and document the birds at my feeder and share my observations with Cornell’s Ornithology Lab (you can do this too; just download e-bird). Anyway, today I felt something different while watching my cardinal pair. It was aContinue reading “Feminism for Cardinals (03/12/21)”

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