The joy of observing birds from afar, through your window, or by entering their private world.
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The earth is parched with our drought and high temperatures. I’ve taken to regularly watering the lawns and trees. My poor trees. The garden flowers are being well taken care of. The dryness has not stopped the Japanese Beetles from … Continue reading
Do you remember the nursery rhyme lyrics of Little Robin Red Breast? It’s a traditional English rhyme that teaches children about natural enemies…birds and pussy cats. I thought about that rhyme when I saw four American Robins dining in my lawn this … Continue reading