A couple of days ago, it rained all day – FINALLY. With the sun now shining and the moisture from that rain, everything is looking so green and beautiful now. Amazing that it took until the middle of May before we got the April showers this year. This morning, I grabbed my camera and took… Continue reading Beautiful Day for a Walk
I took a drive to Lockport this morning to see how the ice was on the Red River at the locks today. Not much ice around there, but some Gulls, Geese, Crow and a Bald Eagle entertained me while I looked. First – a co-operative Gull posed for me – then a Crow flew overhead.… Continue reading The Birds at Lockport
I had most of the day on my own Wednesday, since Angie had to work. She gave me directions to a good place to walk so that was the plan. It was pretty wet, but not raining when I woke up, so I headed out after breakfast. Of course, it started to rain within a… Continue reading A Walk in the Rain
Birds are fascinating. I look at them and try to take pictures of them all the time – but ask me what I saw, I am am often not quite sure. I usually know what type of bird it was, but trying to narrow down to the particular bird is very hard to do. I… Continue reading I Went Birding
Time for a bird day. I got quite a few Canada Geese and Mallard Duck pictures yesterday, plus a Crow from a few days earlier. I haven’t seen another Robin since that only one I saw several days ago. Hope he didn’t fly back south again. It is sure nice to have more life around… Continue reading Geese, Ducks and a Crow
According to the calendar – this is summer. It is August, isn’t it? I turned the air conditioner off a couple of weeks ago, which is fine. I don’t mind if the temperature doesn’t get into the 30’s C, but it would be nice if it was in the mid 20’s or so. I had… Continue reading What’s With This Weather?
I have noticed a lot of crows in the neighbourhood this year. I saw them mobbing a raven who dared to enter this area and I saw another mobbing not too long ago, but could not see what they were after. There were dozens of crows and more kept flying in from all directions to join the… Continue reading It’s a Crow