Just sitting enjoying the view and the daylight that now lingers on. Hope you have a wonderful weekend.
nobility above the nest on watch for spring stirrings
This morning’s ecumenical gathering of the birds at the fountain — seen through my (dirty) kitchen window. I think the orange one is a Bullock’s Oriole — the first I’ve seen on my rooftop garden.
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You probably didn’t know that emperor penguins are reasonably good at framing a video shot. At a research station in Antarctica, the curious animals provided a bird’s-eye view. (Image credit: Australian Antarctic Division/Screenshot by NPR)
F/6.3, 1/640, ISO 200. Monk Parakeets What is a parrot’s favorite game? Hide and Speak! Interesting Fact: In their native Argentina, Monk Parakeets sometimes adopt old nests of other species. Some ornithologists have suggested that this behavior may have been the first step, evolutionarily speaking, to transitioning from nesting in tree cavities to constructing stick […]
by Mariah Hughes Life can be challenging. The world is increasingly fast-paced and complicated. The landscape that we attempt to navigate for ourselves and our loved ones is rapidly changing. In the hustle and stress of day-to-day life, it is easy to lose sight of ourselves. Days run together and the weight of the world […]
Scientists thought Florida’s native flamingo population had been hunted out of existence by the 19th century plume trade. A new study suggests the birds have been there all along.(Image credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)