How on earth could one imagine not smiling from ear to ear with handfuls of baby bunnies? I don’t know who I want to kiss first. Maybe that little blond boy!
I hope everyone had a lovely Easter!
So you know, the mother did continue to care for her baby bunnies. Also, I was corrected that these are actually wild baby hares (leverets) and not rabbits.
That’s the question. Who knows what is going on inside that avian head. Luckily both he and the outside birds at that feeder have food, though the birds at the feeder need to dig through the snow a bit to get to it. Continue reading
I love him dearly, but he sure can be a constant pest! I let him out of his cage to play on his bird gym, but he won’t let the opportunity pass to make his way to my laptop and either say “Look at me!” or “That little lamp thingy on your lap desk looks more fun than the perches on my play gym!” Continue reading
Early on in our courtship, my husband established himself as a frequent giver of flowers, and that habit has continued for all of the years we’ve been together. Continue reading
This is definitely not the happiest kind of silence. [Photo Challenge]
Ending the year with very little to say on my blog.
I see two birds of paradise in this shot. One drinking the nectar of another. The drink will conclude in a mere second to two, with the hummingbird remembering exactly where he drank previously.
Do you see that bee (or other flying bug) hovering just behind the hummingbird’s upper tail? It won’t be in that position too long. It will likely be blown away by the fan of the hummingbird’s ultra-fast flapping wings. This whole scene is so temporary that it could not be captured by a person’s eye alone.
Photograph taken in Costa Rica by my husband
Taken in the early morning as the sun was coming up at Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah. The sun made the red rock glow. The human shadow on the right was my husband’s.
Believe me when I say that the bird on the right is the bigger nut, in more ways than one.
Left: Male Pacific Parrotlet with hazelnut, Right: Male Hahn’s Macaw with walnut