Spectacular Journey to Africa by Honey Buzzard

Spectacular Journey to Africa by Honey Buzzard

What an amazing story!! This is from the BirdGuides.Com ….. A young European Honey Buzzard, satellite tagged by the Roy Dennis Foundation at a nest near Forres, Scotland, in mid-August, has already reached the African continent – albeit via a remarkably risky route that included two long sea crossings. The bird, ‘620’, was tagged on 11 August and remained … Continue reading

Early Bird Gets the Worm – Garfield

Early Bird Gets the Worm – Garfield

One of the birds that, I personally have seen, dig worms out the ground is the American Robin. When we lived in Indiana, there were many Robin available to watch. Down here in central Florida, we very seldom see any. Mostly in the winter, a few Robins migrate through here. They do not stay for … Continue reading

A Promise For Us – Isaiah’s Eagle

A Promise For Us – Isaiah’s Eagle

Last week, William Wise posted his great photo and post, Almighty Is His Name. And all week, I desired to post the scripture verses in Isaiah 40, that we read the next day. Somehow lately, time seems to get away from me. Not going birding, or having but few birds visiting the back yard, . … Continue reading

Dodo Channel – Hawk Stuck In Car’s Grill

Dodo Channel – Hawk Stuck In Car’s Grill

Dan found this on The DoDo channel and I thought we would share it here: But you, God, see the trouble of the afflicted; you consider their grief and take it in hand. The victims commit themselves to you; you are the helper of the fatherless. (Hawk in the case) (Psalms 10:14 NIV) Wordless Birds

2nd Grd CHEERFULNESS- LESSON LXX.

2nd Grd CHEERFULNESS- LESSON LXX.

“A joyful heart makes a cheerful face, But when the heart is sad, the spirit is broken.” (Proverbs 15:13 NASB) LESSON LXX. sought sure’ly (shu) wel’come light’some loft’y maid’en cher’ished in tro duce’ CHEERFULNESS. [Illustration: Script Exercise: There is a little maiden— Who is she? Do you know? Who always has a welcome, Wherever she … Continue reading

McGuffey’s 6th Grade Reader – God Is Everywhere

McGuffey’s 6th Grade Reader – God Is Everywhere

“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1 KJV) XXXVII. GOD IS EVERYWHERE. (161)    Oh! show me where is He, The high and holy One, To whom thou bend’st the knee, And prayest, “Thy will be done!” I hear thy song of praise, And lo! no form is near: Thine eyes … Continue reading

England’s Oldest National Park Visited by Bearded Vulture

England’s Oldest National Park Visited by Bearded Vulture

Bearded Vulture Visits England’s Oldest National Park BY James J. S. Johnson From I.C.R. –  JULY 27, 2020 Peak District National Park was established in 1951 as Great Britain’s first national park. Now that upland park is experiencing another historic highlight—the rare bearded vulture has arrived there to roost.1 The only other British sighting of … Continue reading

Emma Foster’s – Denny and Charles’s Museum

Emma Foster’s – Denny and Charles’s Museum

Denny and Charles’s Museum Emma Foster Denny the blue heron was the smallest out of all the blue herons that lived in the Florida reserve, but no one ever made fun of him for it because his best friend was the largest alligator in the reserve, Charles. Denny and Charles spent most of their time … Continue reading

Fourth of July Flag Birds

Fourth of July Flag Birds

Red symbolizes hardiness and valor White symbolizes purity and innocence Blue represents vigilance, perseverance and justice The stripes represent the original 13 Colonies and the stars represent the 50 states of the Union. The colors of the flag are symbolic as well; red symbolizes hardiness and valor, white symbolizes purity and innocence, and blue represents vigilance, perseverance … Continue reading

Gaze Stabilization – Bobble-Body

Gaze Stabilization – Bobble-Body

A friend placed this video on my Facebook. Another friend commented that instead of a bobble-head, it seems to have a bobble-body. That appears to be a very appropriate name for this Kingfisher’s actions. Kingfisher, which aired on the BBC’s Winterwatch Audubon’s comments had this remark about this birds video: “Here’s an experiment: While reading … Continue reading

Many Mouths To Feed!

Many Mouths To Feed!

I have been a subscriber to Alois Absenger. He is a great photographer in Southeast Styria, I believe. I could not resist sharing his latest photo. Which One Do I Feed First? “Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father … Continue reading