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Verse Herder (reblog) and my version of “i like birds”!


On a recent visit to Cape Cod and Wellfleet Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary i took to bird watching.

Belted Kingfisher

Here is a sampling of the 15 birds photographed and countless others i heard but never saw.

Synchronicity 2018

Switching continents…

Verse Herder’s blog is a showcase of birds you may never have a chance to see in person. I definitely recommend his blog if you love birds.

Asian Openbill Storks are prehistoric-looking birds. A common sight in many parts of the Indian subcontinent, they wade around in wetlands. Read the rest of Verse Herder’s post Why you should listen to your body.

8 thoughts on “Verse Herder (reblog) and my version of “i like birds”!

    1. John, john, john… who doesn’t behave? 🤦🏼‍♀️ sorry i read a poem… 😐 and my days are wonderful! Hope yours are too. 🏃🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️💃🏻…

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    1. Oh yes! And countless more… the sky and earth is full of movement there. And everywhere. Melodies and rhythms to shake and soothe us. Do you go birding? Hoping to do an Audubon Bird Hike soon and learn how to identify birds by their songs. j🧡

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      1. I do not, I am completely unknowledgeable, however, I really appreciate all of nature and animals when ever I get the change to be in presence. Lately, there have been a pair of woodpeckers hanging around my yard and I love getting a chance to see them.

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