Emma’s Stories – Ted and Red

Emma’s Stories – Ted and Red

Ted and Red by Emma Foster Once there were two finches named Ted and Red who were brothers. They lived in two trees that had been planted next to each other. Their trees were in a courtyard by a museum, which provided them with plenty of shade because Florida was almost always hot. Both birds … Continue reading

Watching From Our Windows

Watching From Our Windows

I apologize for the lack of post lately. We recently purchased a new home and have been in the process of moving. Needless to say, the computer was packed up and also moved. When we finally got it up and running, the internet went down in a hugh area. We haven’t moved in years, and … Continue reading

Artistic Birds From Their Creator III

Artistic Birds From Their Creator III

As mentioned, these “Artistic Birds” will be presented in “sort of” the Taxonomic Order. The first few orders do not have any particularly “artistic” birds. They were mostly created to blend in with their environment. Most likely for protection. These first Orders are: STRUTHIONIFORMES – Ostriches RHEIFORMES – Rheas APTERYGIFORMES – Kiwis CASUARIIFORMES – Cassowaries … Continue reading

Artistic Peafowl From The Creator

Artistic Peafowl From The Creator

Gavest thou the goodly wings unto the peacocks? or wings and feathers unto the ostrich?  (Job 39:13) Before we leave the Phasianidae Family, there is a bird that is very familiar to many that shows God’s Creative and Artistic Hand at work. We always enjoy watching them. The Peacock/Peafowl is also listed as a Bird … Continue reading

Artistic Birds From Their Creator II

Artistic Birds From Their Creator II

Bezalel was given much wisdom and understanding to help in the construction of the Tabernacle. He then was given the ability to train others to help. They were given abilities to help do the work also. Today, as Christians, we each are given talents and gifts to help in building the Church. Are we using … Continue reading

Concern For The Birds Of The Bahamas

Concern For The Birds Of The Bahamas

As you know, over the Labor Day week-end and beyond, hurricane Dorian “parked” over the Bahamas. Many people have lost their lives and the count will take quite a while to access the true count of lost lives. BirdWatching has an article that tells about the “grave concern” for the birds in those islands. I … Continue reading

Artistic Birds From Their Creator I

Artistic Birds From Their Creator I

[Due to hurricane Dorian and an unexpected event, we have been busy/occupied. This is going to continue for awhile. So, here is the first of a series of articles from over on the Lee’s Birdwatching Adventure’s Blog, that will also be shared here.] While reading through the New King James Bible in Exodus, the word … Continue reading

Creator Calls Forth The Roebuck Kind

Creator Calls Forth The Roebuck Kind

William Wise has a post about the Creation of the Roebuck (Deer) Kind. He has given permission to share it here. THE CREATOR CALLS FORTH THE ROEBUCK KIND 8/31/2019 Genesis 1:24 And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after … Continue reading

Bible Birds – Falcon

Bible Birds – Falcon

“And these you shall regard as an abomination among the birds; they shall not be eaten, they are an abomination: the eagle, the vulture, the buzzard, the kite, and the falcon after its kind;” (Leviticus 11:13-14 NKJV) The Falcon is mentioned in three verses in the New King James Version of the Bible. Leviticus 11:14; … Continue reading

McGuffey’s Third Reader – The Little Bird’s Song

McGuffey’s Third Reader – The Little Bird’s Song

THE LITTLE BIRD’S SONG. 1. A little bird, with feathers brown, Sat singing on a tree; The song was very soft and low, But sweet as it could be. 2. The people who were passing by, Looked up to see the bird That made the sweetest melody That ever they had heard. 3. But all … Continue reading

McGuffey’s Third Reader – Humming Birds

McGuffey’s Third Reader – Humming Birds

LESSON XXI. HUMMING BIRDS. 1. The most beautiful humming birds are found in the West Indies and South America. The crest of the tiny head of one of these shines like a sparkling crown of colored light. 2. The shades of color that adorn its breast, are equally brilliant. As the bird flits from one … Continue reading

The Owl – McGuffey’s Second Grade Reader

The Owl – McGuffey’s Second Grade Reader

McGuffey Readers were a series of graded primers for grade levels 1-6. They were widely used as textbooks in American schools from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century, and are still used today in some private schools and in homeschooling. LESSON LII. oak dusk fight squeak ruf’fled bag Fred whoo a wake’ creep’ing THE OWL. 1. “Where did you get that owl, Harry?” … Continue reading