Look Outside my Window!

Memo:The past few days the News has been plagued with reports about the tragic events that transpired from the horrible violence occurred in France and other countries. These barbaric crimes are the epitome of cowardly actions, beyond comprehension. There is not an iota of sane reason to excuse or explain the killing of innocent people. The lack of respect for human lives and decadence of human behavior is bothering me. How far will we have to go and at what price in order to reach total sanity? – H.J.

By the way, welcome to my window, today we’ll start with that handsome Carolina Chickadee, there on the left of the deck, perched on one of the chair’s arms. This little fellow has a busy life, he has to gather plenty of food supplies and store them in a hidden safe place. The supplies are for the next Winter and should be enough to get through the colder times when it’s usually more difficult to find their meals.L-091

Look at the bird sitting on a top branch… there! It’s an European Starling, he looks kind of sad, maybe he misses the rest of his friend starlings. They usually band together! If he’s part of the new generation hatched locally, he might be undecided about going for migration to the south. If he wants to stay is okay with me!L-092

Can you hear what I hear? That loud call you perceive coming from back there, resounding everywhere is a Carolina Wren, his powerful tenor voice carries to a far distance, however, do you want to see the bird? He is there on the deck’s hand railing, surprised? The effect of his voice traveling to a large area is unbelievable!L-093

Note: Look there to your right! See that male House Finch? He’s most likely frustrated with the bothersome rain. I can bet you that he’s as frustrated as I am. I understand that rain is necessary but too much of it …yuck!L-094

Text and photographs © HJ Ruiz – Avian101

19 thoughts on “Look Outside my Window!

  1. I doubt we will ever reach total sanity. Not when the people who run this country remain in power and deny refuge to those who suffer, especially during this time of giving.

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