Heaven’s New Jerusalem and Birds – Introduction

Heaven’s New Jerusalem and Birds – Introduction

I am currently attending a ladies Bible study class on Heaven. It is very interesting, and of course, when the mention of the various precious stones, with their beautiful colors came up, birds fluttered to mind. I have been accused of having a “bird brain.” [Always thinking about things in relation to birds.] A huge … Continue reading

Jackdaws and Valentines

Jackdaws and Valentines

Another blogger, who also enjoys writing about birds, shared this very interesting connection between Jackdaws and Valentine Day. Happy Valentine’s Day by Grey Feather Photography Clair starts off with: “Did you know jackdaws are one of the few birds which truly mate for life? Jackdaws form pairs as young birds and will then remain together … Continue reading

Creation Moment’s – Let Birds Fly Across The Expanse

Creation Moment’s – Let Birds Fly Across The Expanse

LET BIRDS FLY ACROSS THE EXPANSE Genesis 1:20 “And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven.” On the fifth day of the Creation Week, God created swarms of sea creatures. He also created flying creatures. In … Continue reading

Eleventh Anniversary – What Next?

Eleventh Anniversary – What Next?

The last three post, which were about this Eleventh Anniversary of Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus, are listed below. But what about the future of this adventure with Birds, the Bible, and Birdwatching? Do I stop, slow-down, or continue? All three of those choices have crossed my mind. What would you, my readers, want me to … Continue reading

Eleventh Anniversary of Blogging About Birds – Part III

Eleventh Anniversary of Blogging About Birds – Part III

I trust the last two posts have been informative and a blessing. Eleventh Anniversary and Eleventh Anniversary II. It still amazes me how the Lord would choose to use us in even a small way. If you have followed Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures very long, you know I believe that all these beautiful birds are a gift … Continue reading

Eleventh Anniversary of Blogging About Birds – Part II

Eleventh Anniversary of Blogging About Birds – Part II

“Remember His marvelous works which He has done, His wonders, and the judgments of His mouth,” (1 Chronicles 16:12 NKJV) Yesterday, the Eleventh Anniversary of Blogging About Birds article mentioned our early beginnings for this blog. Today, I’d like to continue with what the Lord has enabled us to do. Over the years, there have been Anniversary articles … Continue reading

Eleventh Anniversary of Blogging About Birds

Eleventh Anniversary of Blogging About Birds

“But now ask the beasts, and they will teach you; And the birds of the air, and they will tell you;” Job 12:7 The idea for the Birds of the Bible lessons began when we were members of Bethany Baptist Church in Avon Park, Florida. I used to carry a laptop into a junior Sunday … Continue reading

Woodstock’s Mating Dance

Woodstock’s Mating Dance

Well, it’s mating time here in Florida for many of our Herons and Egrets. Not that Woodstock is in their family, but he made his efforts. We haven’t been to Gatorland yet this year, but reports are coming in for the mating of some and the hatching of other birds over there. Thought you might … Continue reading

Ian’s Bird of the Moment – Australian Grebe

Ian’s Bird of the Moment – Australian Grebe

Now this really is a bird of the moment given the recent floods in Townsville generally and Bluewater in particular where I live. On Tuesday morning I went down to the area below the flood bank to check out the damage from the third flash flood that had occurred the night before. Compared with neighbours … Continue reading

Bird of the Moment: Satin and Leaden Flycatchers

Bird of the Moment: Satin and Leaden Flycatchers

Bird of the Moment: Satin and Leaden Flycatchers by Ian Montgomery One day last October, I was doing the dishes in the upstairs kitchen and checking, as one does, bird activity in the two bird baths below when this unusual one arrived. I keep my binoculars on the kitchen window sill for moments like this … Continue reading

Flag that Green Heron Nest!

Flag that Green Heron Nest!

Flag that Bird Nest!  (Reporting on Green Herons and their Boat-tailed Grackle Neighbors) Dr. James J. S. Johnson As a bird that wanders from her nest, so is a man that wanders from his place.  (Proverbs 27:8) GREEN HERON nest:  1 hatchling, 3 unhatched eggs, parent AWOL! (Jeffrey Pippins photograph) Along a tidal creek at … Continue reading

Orni-Theology and Woodstock’s High-rise Nest

Orni-Theology and Woodstock’s High-rise Nest

Woodstock is not the only bird to live in a nest complex. Birds in this area, central Florida, have at least one bird, the Monk Parakeet, or Quaker Parakeet that makes an “apartment” nest. We used to own two Monk Parakeets, so I was familiar with them when we moved here. In South Florida, where … Continue reading