Birds of the Pacific Northwest Anna’s Hummingbird Robin Chickadee Eagle Seahawk Take the road less traveled (and GO SEAHAWKS!), Beth
The red-breast whistles from a garden-croft; And gathering swallows twitter in the skies. ~John Keats, To Autumn.
If I ever go looking for my heart’s desire again, I won’t look any further than my own back yard. Because if it isn’t there, I never really lost it to begin with. ~Dorothy, Wizard of Oz Want to see more birds of a feather? Check out Delicious Baby Photo Friday!
Nature never goes out of style Bleeding Hearts Chickadee Leaves and blossoms Robin preening Twitchy and his pizza Strawberry blossom Baby Bird in the garden Want to spring into more beauty? Check out Delicious Baby Photo Friday!
Spring is sprung, the grass is ris. I wonders where the birdies is? They say the birds is on the wing. Ain’t that absurd? I always thought the wing was on the bird. Pine Siskin on a branch Robin taking a bath Chickadee airing his wing Bushtit contemplating the sunshine Want to see more seasonal […]
We are proud of The Urban Cabin’s little backyard. It’s a certified “Wildlife Habitat,” and we have so much fun watching their comings and goings. Last week, we experienced a veritable Bird Festival…so many birds, of different types–ALL AT ONCE–in our yard. It was spectacular. In the first picture you can see the baby Flicker, […]
I spend a lot of time watching the birds in our yard. And, I spend a lot of time taking their pictures. Finch in the Borage Nice ‘do’ Mr. Robin Hummingbird nibbling Young speckled robin and reflection “Huh, what?” Birds in flight “How’s this for my close-up?”
Last weekend we watched local family drama play out in our backyard. Three robin chicks were leaving the nest. The first thing that clued us in was all the commotion in the trees, tweeting, chirping, squawking and the flurry of wings. Soon, we spied two chicks in our plum tree. Shortly afterwards, we saw chick […]