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The Bachelor or the Bathtub?

The female Cardinals in my backyard aren’t getting a moment’s peace these days. The other day I watched as three brilliant bachelors (in color, not intellect) did their best to impress a lovely lady, while also trying to intimidate each … Continue reading

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The Usual Order of Events

Much to my delight, the Red-headed Woodpecker that returned in the spring has continued to show up during the summer months.  I have to confess, he is a pretty predictable fellow. His usual order of events is to first swoop … Continue reading

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How ‘Bout Them Birds

I have fond memories of going to the ballpark when I was growing up, watching the Baltimore Orioles play at Memorial Stadium.  Double-headers were the best; which in those days meant two games for the price of one.  We would … Continue reading

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For a Limited Time Only

I’m always a bit skeptical when I hear a commercial urging me to act now because the coveted item they are advertising is only here for a limited time – but the words hold true for the White-throated Sparrow. This … Continue reading

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Fluffy Flirtatiousness

This cute little Titmouse was very attentive to a second Titmouse that was perched the next tree over. He seemed to be doing his best to impress her – first trying the fluffy feather approach… …and then striking an oh … Continue reading

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Keeping Planters In Production

If you were to analyze the amount of peanuts that I purchase, you might come to the conclusion that my life purpose is to keep Planters in production! Although I do confess to spending more than I care to admit … Continue reading

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Looking Rather Bird-legged

I have heard of one having a bow-legged appearance, but this Brown Thrasher landed in a rather bird-legged stance. He must have realized that this put quite a hurting on his intimidation factor, as he quickly remedied his position and … Continue reading

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