Earthworms are being pecked out of the ground at an astonishing rate, judging from the robin beaks I have seen today. Hungry mouths are waiting.
Observing feathered behavior is a favorite pasttime, particularly when one individual becomes part of my landscape, part of my family. My girl's nest building was furtive, unnoticed. But her alarm routine while I gardened prompted a determined hunt ending at a low growing pine, her nest just above eye level. Gleefully I imagined the clutch she was protecting, … Continue reading Eye To The Future
I swear I left the door open for just a couple of hours, as I tended the garden and the dogs. Swoosh! at my head came a LBB, the bane of a birder's existence while in the field. Little Brown Bird is the go-to scientific identification for all sorts of sparrows and wrens that so … Continue reading Spring Real Estate Boom: Garage Owner Declines Developer’s Offer