Time To Get Back To Bird Blogging

We have been occupied the last few weeks with visitors from the north, Indiana. During our Thanksgiving holiday, Dan’s sister and niece flew (drove fast) down for a few weeks. Just like migrating birds, now you see them, and then they leave.

Also, my internet was down for awhile, plus not going birding, makes for a poor excuse for not posting for awhile. Thankfully, our guest were able to see some of our local birds, while we sat at the table to eat. Here are some of the avian visitors that came to greet our guest:

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“But no one says, ‘Where is God my Maker, Who gives songs in the night, Who teaches us more than the beasts of the earth, And makes us wiser than the birds of heaven?’ ” (Job 35:10-11 NKJV)

All these photos were taken through our sliding door. So, they are what they are. :) I am so thankful for every bird that comes into view, even though staying home most of the time. Stay tuned, there will be more of God’s Avian Wonders visit my view.

Oh, yes, a Belted Kingfisher was fishing, and I was telling Dan’s sister how they hover. Within about a minute or so, the Lord sent that bird back, and he hovered right in front of us. Through the window, we were able to observe his behavior. No photo, of course. That is why they are sometimes nicknamed the “Devil Bird.”

Wordless Yellow-Fronted Woodpecker

5 thoughts on “Time To Get Back To Bird Blogging

    • They enjoyed them, especially since many of these never show up in Indiana. Or at least, this time of the year. [Brrrr!! up there.] Would love to get a photo of the Kingfisher hovering, though. Maybe one day. :)

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