Woodstock’s Migration Fear

Woodstock’s Migration Fear

As most of you are aware, the northern birds in this hemisphere, prefer to head south, but there are a few exceptions. There are many stories of how far they migrate, how many flock together to travel together, and many other amazing feats that the Lord’s Avian Wonders perform this time of the year. But … Continue reading

Birds of the Bible – Deuteronomy 14:16-18 IV (WYC)

Birds of the Bible – Deuteronomy 14:16-18 IV (WYC)

“16 a falcon, and a swan, and a ciconia, 17 and a dipper, a porphyrio, and a rearmouse, a cormorant, 18 and a calidris, all in their kind; also a lapwing and a bat.” Deuteronomy 14:16-18 Wycliffe Bible (WYC) As we continue our investigation of the interesting interpretation of these three verses from Wycliffe’s Bible, we find another amazing … Continue reading

Redwing Pond

Redwing Pond

Redwinged Blackbird male in flight  (Trek nature photo) Redwing Pond was named for its redwinged blackbirds, which loved the pondshore’s cattails. Dr. James J. S. Johnson Can the rush grow up without mire? can the flag grow without water?  (Job 8:11) Wetlands are defined by their mix of hydrophilic plants (such as “rush” and “flags” and cattails), … Continue reading

Whoa!! From My Window

Whoa!! From My Window

When I showed the first From My Window, you could see this is just a neighborhood with a small retention pond behind our home. Well, the latest photo, taken by Dan, came as a surprise. While I was finishing up my breakfast, I noticed, what I thought was a crumpled up paper on the other … Continue reading

Wow!! Two Million And Counting!!

Wow!! Two Million And Counting!!

“Therefore I will give thanks to You among the nations, O LORD, And I will sing praises to Your name.” (Psalms 18:49 NASB) Thank You!!, Thank You!! again for all visits and views of this blog. Last night (Oct 31, 2019) sometime the counter flipped over the Two Million mark on the visitor counter on … Continue reading

Ian’s Bird of the Moment – Sunbittern

Ian’s Bird of the Moment – Sunbittern

Ian’s Bird of the Moment – Sunbittern by Ian Montgomery I’ve recently returned from a three week trip to South America with Trish, a close, birding friend of mine from Townsville. Our main destination was the Pantanal in western Brazil, a wetland famous for birds and jaguars, where we spent two weeks. On the way … Continue reading

Tickle Me Tuesday – Owls With A Message

Tickle Me Tuesday – Owls With A Message

“My eyes are awake through the night watches, That I may meditate on Your word.” (Psalms 119:148 NKJV) Most of us don’t need coffee to open our eyes, but some do. Owls would not need to worry about being awake during the night watches, because that is when they are most active. Just thought you … Continue reading

Birds of the Bible – Deuteronomy 14:16-18 III (WYC)

Birds of the Bible – Deuteronomy 14:16-18 III (WYC)

“16 a falcon, and a swan, and a ciconia, 17 and a dipper, a porphyrio, and a rearmouse, a cormorant, 18 and a calidris, all in their kind; also a lapwing and a bat.” Deuteronomy 14:16-18 Wycliffe Bible (WYC) Now here is an interesting interpretation of these 3 verses. We are going to look at these … Continue reading

Birds of the Bible – Deuteronomy 14:16-18 II (WYC)

Birds of the Bible – Deuteronomy 14:16-18 II (WYC)

“16 a falcon, and a swan, and a ciconia, 17 and a dipper, a porphyrio, and a rearmouse, a cormorant, 18 and a calidris, all in their kind; also a lapwing and a bat.” Deuteronomy 14:16-18 Wycliffe Bible (WYC) Now here is an interesting interpretation of these 3 verses. We are going to look at these … Continue reading

Birds of the Bible – Deuteronomy 14:16-18 (WYC)

Birds of the Bible – Deuteronomy 14:16-18 (WYC)

“16 a falcon, and a swan, and a ciconia, 17 and a dipper, a porphyrio, and a rearmouse, a cormorant, 18 and a calidris, all in their kind; also a lapwing and a bat.” Deuteronomy 14:16-18 Wycliffe Bible (WYC) Now here is an interesting interpretation of these 3 verses. We are going to look at these … Continue reading

Ted and Red – By Emma Foster

Ted and Red – By Emma Foster

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