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I admire those folks who just seem to have a knack for interior decorating…the kind who are able to transform their homes to somehow coordinate with the colors of the season. While I lay no claim to such creative talent, … Continue reading
One of the Robins that has been frequenting the backyard feeders is missing a leg – or at least part of one – but it doesn’t seem to slow him down in the least. I call him Han…after Han Solo…because, … Continue reading
We are in the midst of a fairly major drought here in the Atlanta area, and with the lack of rainfall, the birds have been flooding to my backyard for the fresh water. There have even been a couple birds that … Continue reading
I was sorting through pictures from this past week and came across this Robin, who was looking rather stunning standing in the sunlight. My first instinct was to say that he was handsome from head to toe… …but then I got … Continue reading
Some foods just go better together, wouldn’t you agree? Like burgers and fries. And chips and dip. And peanut butter and jelly. And worms and Bark Batter. Well…I haven’t actually tried that last combination, but I have it on good … Continue reading
Bring your own bug, right?
My new birdbath has become quite a happenin’ place! The other day I enjoyed watching a couple of Robins splash about. Robin number one landed in the water and wasted no time before engaging in some serious wing flapping and … Continue reading
As I was scrolling through the pictures I took yesterday, I came across this Robin wading into the waterfall fountain and before I knew it I was singing – “Knee deep in the water somewhere, got the blue sky breeze blowing … Continue reading
When I walked outside to get the mail yesterday, the leaves of my neighbor’s Dogwood were rustling furiously and an eerie squawking filled the air. It was all rather Hitchcock-ian. Turns out it was merely a flock of Robins greedily stripping … Continue reading
This guy looks more like Batman than Robin!