Birding with my wife

Birding with my wife

While female birds
may not make many
fashion statements,
my wife is no drab

About tyler4turtles

I am an avid photographer, poet, ecologist, bookworm, blogger, art enthusiast and runner who calls Montana home but lives in Oregon.
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7 Responses to Birding with my wife

  1. Reblogged this on The ancient eavesdropper and commented:

    My wife in her element, nose in a bird book, ears and eyes scouting out the slightest thrush rustle in wetland thickets…

  2. Jade Reyner says:

    My son has just discovered an interest in birdwatching too (he’s 10 so I’m only talking about the feathered kind!). Means I spend a lot of my time reading bird books and staring up at the sky too! 🙂

    • This is wonderful to hear, Jade! It’s great that your son is interested in Nature at an early age. Birdwatching is a lifelong pursuit that is educational and heathy to boot! I’m sure you’ve learned a thing or two since your son has picked up on his new pastime 😉 There is nothing wrong with an adult caught with their head in the clouds! Keep a sharp watch through those binoculars, blink and you might miss a rare Aves 🙂

  3. words4jp says:

    very cute:) My younger son has always been a lover of birds and he and i have made quite a few trips to the Forest Preserves around here – book in hand and my grandfather’s big binoculars hanging from his neck!

    • Thank you, Kim! It’s so wonderful that you and your younger son get out and experience Nature. I know that if my dad didn’t force me to go camping and hiking when i was a teenager, I would not be the man that I am today. Keep feeding your son’s curiosity and both of you will learn a thing or two 😉

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