Today is Sunday, April 20, 2014
Birds and the Bees
Birds and the Bees
Mama Mourning Dove and Junior

 

It's spring time and love is really in the air. This reminds me of a song back in 1965 by Jewel Akens, called the "Birds and the Bees".

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Hummers Are Here
Hummers Are Here
Female Robin in the bath

 

Since I am known by many different names, given to me as a token of friendship, I seem to be a recipient of anything bird-wise, especially on Facebook.

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Robins and Such, Must be Spring
Robins and Such, Must be Spring
Female Golden-crowned Kinglet

 

Another Saturday morning and another round of wet weather. There is an old saying down here in the south. "If you don't like the weather, just wait a few hours and it will change."

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They're Here
They're Here
Field Sparrow

 

I was enjoying  my Friday at the Lebanon Senior Citizens Center and thought about the warm spring day that was unfolding right outside the door. After soaking up a bit of vitamin "D", I heard the singing of an old friend that had just returned from down South America way.

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A Divine Wind is Blowing
A Divine Wind is Blowing
Downy Woodpecker, Photo by Kelly Townes-Hall

 

With all of this winter weather we have been blessed with, there is always a hope of the spring solstice that will soon be warming our hearts as well as making our grass grow.

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Anthony's Swan Song
Anthony's Swan Song
Rufous-sided Towhee and Male Cardinal

 

Maybe before too long, I will have all my "ducks" in a row and get back to my normal goings on. No Anthony Gray to run with this past Saturday.

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Mutant Swan seen at Cherokee
Mutant Swan seen at Cherokee
A Raft of American Coots

 

There is not a whole lot to brag on this week. Weather is starting to turn back colder and a possibility of the dreaded white fluff this past Sunday night.

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Can't Argue About A Red Head
Can't Argue About A Red Head
Red-headed Woodpecker by Gail Morris

 

It was good to get back on my regular Saturday schedule, with a noon meal and hopefully some good bird sightings. Our trip took us out to Cairo Bend Road where many memories flooded my mind.

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Can Spring Be Far Behind
Can Spring Be Far Behind
Tufted Titmouse by Morgan Stearman

 

I have not heard from one single person complaining about the warm spell that began Sunday. It was so comfortable this morning that I didn't even wear my jacket in when I went to church at the Rocky Valley Baptist Church, on the Old Murfreesboro Road, south of Lebanon.

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Something New, Something Different
Something New, Something Different
Female Ruby-crowned Kinglet

 

My usual Saturday morning ritual went according to plan, thanks to Anthony Grays appointed time to dig out the money to buy us our favorite Chinese dinner at Pekings.

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Groundhog, Go Home Read more...
Reelfoot Lake Final Chapter Read more...
Eagles on Ice Read more...
Frozen in Time Read more...
It's Cold for the Birds, and Me Too Read more...
Fastest Year Yet, At Least For Me Read more...
A Merry Christmas To All Of Us Read more...
Ducks are a Dabbling Read more...
Still Cold on the Water Read more...
Hot Tub for Birds Read more...
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