I was watching these guys, Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn I named them, approaching from 3-400 yards away. At first I thought it was a common log we see often drifting with the tide either in or out. I kept my eye on it while watching the Green Heron and noticed some movement.
Each image is the same color which tells me it is not an anomaly; the colors of the background are accurate as well. All I can surmise is the Sun has at least something to do with it,
Besides eating all of the organic waste from the kitchen the worm farms eats cardboard, paper, burlap, and newsprint. They are a real ecological boon which makes me feel like I'm doing my part to keep waste from the collection yard; it's a small part but effective.
The Crows have returned conjuring up the question I have each year as to where they migrate from and why. They were out in their typical form at daybreak, they and the Vultures are generally the first ones out and about. Crows and Ravens share only a few traits which is contrary to what most of us have been lead to believe.
I searched my bird books and the internet to identify this bird, I am not good at it in the least. I spent about an hour looking then decided to post the picture in a bird group I subscribe to.
The wind must of blown across farms at higher velocities than they normally experience; it had been predicted for high winds tonight but there is not a whisper of it yet.
The fires move fast some have been clocked at 60mph making short work of an Island 15 miles long. The Paradise fire was moving so fast (60mph+) people were not able to outrun it, this has to be stopped.
he's been out of work for the entire Covid adventure; he's returning this week. I don't know if I could have been out of work that long, I'm fortunate in being an old disabled man. If I was not
It is now September, I have discovered there is no such thing as a small house fire, we are still repairing the damage. Of course the homeowners policy is covering the damages, all of the interior work is done next is the siding.
Sparrows are in every Continent on Earth excluding Antartica. They are very resourceful birds, although insect/seed eaters they have to exert little effort to find a meal.