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PEACE & TRUTH

Easter Week ~ Charles Kingsley

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Peace Truth

Friday Birding My Favorite Thing

Friday Birding My Favorite Thing, every now and than the beautiful Pileated Woodpecker stops by. Never in a great spot for a photo. He likes to be up very high and there are always sticks blocking my view of him. But, you can still see his red feathers on top of his head. Such a […]

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Peace Truth

Birds Can Make You Smile

Birds Can Make You Smile, they sure do lighten my day and that is why I love birding. Not only is it a challenge at times but some photos you just canโ€™t help but smile when you see their expressions. The pelicans of course, if you can catch them while they are doing a stretch, […]

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KINDNESS WISDOM

Standing In River Water

Heron Standing In River Water โ€” Photo-Artistry by kenne A hunger heron Standing in river water Anticipation. โ€” kenne ย  Standing In River Water

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Animal Rights

ANDEAN CONDOR

ANDEAN CONDORIt is the largest flying bird in the world which is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion and belongs to the vulture family. It has a wingspan of nearly 3.3 meters, weighing as much as 20-25 pounds and has a life span of upto 50 years.It is a South American bird found in the […]

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Ace Daily News

(AUSTRALIA) NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Report: Confirms numerous bird deaths were caused by the consumption of mouse bait containing a toxin called bromadiolone #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – June.07: The finding follows reports of native birds suspected to have been poisoned in the Central West: Toxicology results found some native and introduced species around Forbes, Parkes, Dubbo, Narromine, Condobolin and the Riverina were poisoned: NSW: Mouse plague impacts widen to native birds as EPA confirms galahs killed by bait and the […]

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KINDNESS WISDOM

Birds~

A wind comes from the north Blowing little flocks of birds Like spray across the town, And a train, roaring forth, Rushes stampeding down With cries and flying curds Of steam, out of the darkening north. Whither I turn and set Like a needle steadfastly, Waiting ever to get The news that she is free; […]

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POETRY

The Wild Birds ~

The wild duck startles like a sudden thought, And heron slow as if it might be caught. The flopping crows on weary wings go by And grey beard jackdaws noising as they fly. The crowds of starnels whizz and hurry by, And darken like a clod the evening sky. The larks like thunder rise and […]