The joy of observing birds from afar, through your window, or by entering their private world.
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Tag Archives: Squirrel
“Good morning! What brings you in at this early hour?” says the bartender who is mopping the floor of his empty sports bar and doing his daily cleaning before the wait staff and early lunch crowd begin to arrive in … Continue reading
Yep, you guessed it. I was listening to news radio again this morning. I always know all’s right with the world when this kind of story makes the news. And the news is that today is Squirrel Appreciation Day. Yes, … Continue reading
Watching wild birds feeding outside my windows these last several years has proven to be both continuous education and continuous challenge. It’s amazing how things change and how many new learning opportunities pop up. Today I read about a squirrel’s … Continue reading