Bald Eagle flying by Dave’s BirdingPix
As we head into the new year, 2023, many like to look back over the last year. They find many good memories and blessings, plus a few not so pleasant ones. Many of you liked and made remarks about the Christmas Bird Review series (that was just completed). It seems you do not mind looking back.
That thought started me thinking about a new series that we could begin. “Looking Back – “, “Reviving the Past – “, or some other name to give it. ANY IDEAS?
Hornbill at Brevard Zoo by Dan Aug-2014
Many of you have chosen to follow this blog through many years, and some have just begun following us.
- How did this all begin? Purpose?
- When did it begin?
- What topics have we covered?
- What Birds have we highlighted?
- Who have been the writers and photographers over the years?
As many know, I have been dealing with medical issues which have slowed our birding adventures down considerably. I still watch birds, but on a more limited basis. Having just received a new computer, and trying to transfer photos over to it, I have been finding photos that could be used to update or enhance updates.
I especially am thinking about the original purpose, which was to show and thank the Lord for all the Birds of the Bible.
“I will give You thanks in the great assembly; I will praise You among many people.” (Psalm 35:18)
This is from the main page Menu. As of today (Dec 30, 2022), that number is:
Moved to WordPress
00,000 – July 05, 2008
50,000 – Oct 10, 2009
100,000 – Apr 5, 2010
150,000 – Sep 6, 2010
200,000 – Dec 30, 2010
250,000 – Apr 9, 2011
300,000 – June 29, 2011
350,000 – Sep 19, 2011
400,000 – Nov 18, 2011
450,000 – Jan 21, 2012
500,000 – Mar 1, 2012
600,000 – May 24, 2012
700,000 – Sep 2, 2012
800,000 – Dec 16, 2012
900,000 – Ap 13, 2013
1,000,000 – Oct 20, 2013
2,200,000 – Jun 5, 2021
So, what are your thoughts? Please leave a comment, or at least a like. And even a suggestion for a series title.
Thanks for all your visits, likes, and remarks over the years.
Drop a comment and help decide which to use. For today’s article, I stuck with “Looking Back.”
To begin this series, I found all the post that looked back over the Anniversaries of Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus. If you scan through them, you will discover why it was started and how the Lord has been blessing it over the years. As different writers began adding articles, photographers gave permission to use their photos, and linked their websites, the blog has continued to grow.