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A few more birds….

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Saturday we took a drive out to a federal wildlife sanctuary where I got to experience some wonderful birding variety…. While out enjoying some amazing clouds and beautiful views of green grass fields, I ran…

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Hatching golden moments

Carve out a cambium perch under canopy plumage, where warm golden goose eggs burst between seams of nesting leaves, life resting   with inestimable value around me.

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The Ancient Eavesdropper Now Tweets?!

Twitter is for succinct poets only I guess, cut unnecessary verbs and customize the small talk to thumbs in a texting bliss. Never thought I’d tweet, let’s leave it for the birds bickering over breadcrumbs out in the street, but … Continue reading

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Early bird

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Sun-dialed stop

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Burgundy bottomed birdbath casting a sundial stop sign shadow

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Sun-dialed stop

Burgundy bottomed birdbath casting a sundial stop sign shadow

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Missing the big picture

Atop the tree, I spy a red-winged blackbird who sees what I’m missing.

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So many bread crumbs

What the ceramic sparrows were missing with their beaks perched away from the pane: a rose waving its pink-petaled windmills at tilting bumblebees, forty foot firs outgrowing the boundaries of the window frame, dwarfing our shelters, eavesdropping on history, plants … Continue reading

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Birding with my wife

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

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Offering of awareness

Sparrow song flitters  across the dawn of my Sunday consciousness. Otherworldly vocal chords  beat beautiful  rhythms on my eardrums, stirring my soul to get up and go outside. In gratitude, I refresh the seed inside the bird feeder hanging almost … Continue reading

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