Morty’s on the cusp of gaining total control… maybe. In his May’ Beneath the Cage Grate column, Morty provides us with a glimpse of potential things to come in his house… and how he just might get another bite of mom’s treasured bonsai yet! Catch up with Morty and hear about his latest angle to conquer bots, mom and, just maybe, the whole household!
“…just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we also walk in newness of life.” Romans 6:4 Newly hatched Canada Goose babies in Monroe, GA USA. ©www.williamwisephoto.com. Spring is all about new beginnings. Winter’s lifeless branches and twigs begin to burst forth with green verdure. A vast array of colors […]Newness of Life! — Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Two images today of a Cactus Wren perched on an Ocotillo and enjoying the warm morning sun. The Cactus Wren is Arizona’s state bird. Although I don’t always agree with the policy decisions made by our state […]Cactus Wren — Enjoying The Morning Sunshine — Sonoran Images
Wildlife Wednesday 21-4-2021 Another wildlife Wednesday from the meadow hide , and a full day from 8am to 6pm , the morning flying solo and in the afternoon with my wife Anne. All the usual suspects here today , including a fine display of abstract running by a couple of Hares. Star of the show […]WILDLIFE WEDNESDAY — Wildonline.blog
Osprey have been observed daily since April 20 at an Arboretum nesting platform.Osprey Cam: The Osprey Return — Nature Notes
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Today I’m featuring one more Sky Island inhabitant. This is the Acorn Woodpecker. Acorn Woodpeckers are a common sight in the higher elevations of the mountain ranges in southern Arizona. I’ve seen and photographed them in the […]Acorn Woodpecker In The Santa Ritas — Sonoran Images
Photo by Chris Bosak A wood duck swims in a pond in New England, April 2021. Only a narrow barrier of reeds separated the fairly busy road from the rain-swelled pool of water bordered by railroad tracks on the backside. On any other day, this pool of water would be ignored and driven past without […]For the Birds: Spring wood duck sightings always welcome — Birds of New England.com
Anyone who lives with a birdie knows clothing is a prime target for birdie ‘stuff’.
Check out Lavender’s April It’s A Birb Thing column to see how Cheeks decorates her mom’s new shirt.
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. I was very pleased the other day to capture an image of an Ash-throated Flycatcher. These birds favor trees and brushy vegetation, often in the vicinity of a stream or creek. I was riding as a passenger […]Ash-throated Flycatcher — Sonoran Images
There’s no doubt that the pandemic has changed almost every facet of human life, from how we interact with others to how and where we go when, or if, we go out.
For our companion birdies however, nothing has changed. Their daily routine remains their reality, they’re still the happy (okay, sometimes hormonal too) birdies we love dearly. Neither their environment nor their interactions with us has changed. For them, there’s no pandemic.
Sherri’s April Feathered Frenzy column turns looks at how our reactions to the pandemic have impacted us, and how our birdies can help us better deal with our pandemic-driven anxieties.