Sheltering in Place with Nature III – The Birds

Many of us bloggers are used to being out and about and then posting about it. Only problem now is that we’re not out and about. I’ve spent most of the last three months at home. In doing so, I’m hardly the first of my colleagues to turn my attention to the birds in my backyard. They are neither rare nor exotic: sparrows and grackles with an occasional robin or cardinal. But they’re interesting to keep an eye on. And I’ve convinced myself that they squawk at me when the bird feeder is empty.

robin
backyard sparrow
backyard bird
backyard bird
Dove with two grackles
backyard birds
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4 Responses to Sheltering in Place with Nature III – The Birds

  1. “And I’ve convinced myself that they squawk at me when the bird feeder is empty.”
    ~ They must certainly do! They are just as aware of you as you are now aware of them 🙂

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  2. Yep! This traveling fool of a blogger is going stir crazy after 7 months of no trips. I’m appreciative of the nice neighborhood we have to walk in. And the birds!

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  3. inese says:

    I always enjoy reading about American birds. They are so different looking even though the names are the same 🙂

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