Ian’s Bird of the Moment – Andean Condor

Ian’s Bird of the Moment – Andean Condor

When a Bird of the Moment recalls a special day out in the field, I get great pleasure from reliving the experience by preparing and describing the event. Such was our first full day, a Sunday, in Chile on the return journey. The day dawned sunny and unseasonably warm for Santiago in late September, forecast … Continue reading

Tickle Me Tuesday – Peekaboo and Einstein

Tickle Me Tuesday – Peekaboo and Einstein

Indian Ringneck Parrot Occurred on March 12, 2019 / Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand “Oscar the two-year-old Indian Ringneck parrot playing peekaboo with the cat from across the street.” “And He kept repeating, Do you not yet understand?” (Mark 8:21 AMP) African Grey Meet the Knoxville Zoo ‘s avian SUPERSTAR, Einstein. Come visit Einstein the African … Continue reading

Hummingbird from John 10:10 Project

Hummingbird from John 10:10 Project

“Few creatures in the animal kingdom can capture the imagination more powerfully than a hummingbird. Their aeronautical abilities are stunning. But the genius of these birds isn’t limited to flight. Each day, they must consume twice their body weight in nectar to fuel their voracious metabolisms. The incredible biological mechanisms that make this possible are … Continue reading

Two Suppers – By William Wise

Two Suppers – By William Wise

Two Suppers By William Wise of www.williamwisephoto.com Revelation 19:17-18  And I saw an angel standing in the sun; and he cried with a loud voice, saying to all the fowls that fly in the midst of heaven, Come and gather yourselves together unto the supper of the great God;  18 That ye may eat the flesh … Continue reading

Ian’s Bird of the Moment – Hyacinth Macaw

Ian’s Bird of the Moment – Hyacinth Macaw

The Pantanal has two iconic species that all wildlife tourists want to see: the Hyacinth Macaw and the Jaguar. Both are spectacular in quite different ways and the Pantanal is the best place to see them. The Pantanal has many wonderful species of birds, but the Macaw is noteworthy as being perhaps the rarest and … Continue reading

Tilly’s Pumpkin House – by Emma Foster

Tilly’s Pumpkin House – by Emma Foster

Tilly’s Pumpkin House by Emma Foster Tilly the raven normally lived in a tree, but as winter came closer, the weather felt colder, and Tilly knew she needed to find a warmer place to live. Her tree was near a small pumpkin farm, and several pumpkins had been left behind, going unused for Halloween. Tilly … Continue reading

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

Birds of the Bible – Deuteronomy 14:16-18 V (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 conclude our investigation of the interesting interpretation of these three verses from Wycliffe’s Bible, another amazing critter is … Continue reading

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