Category Archives: Birds

Solar Fountains for Existing Bird Baths

Originally posted July 2011. Since this post was written, you can find a greater variety of similar portable solar fountain devices for your existing bird bath. Although I admit I become excited about products that really work (especially anti-aging products!), … Continue reading

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Early March in North Texas – A Pictorial

March 6, 2020 My last blog post was so very long that this time I decided to give everyone a break and simply post a pictorial of some of the beautiful items in my yard that are showing promising signs … Continue reading

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Owl Pellet

Last weekend was a time for raptors at my suburban north Texas home.  First of all, I unintentionally attracted a Cooper’s Hawk to my fence on Saturday.  I had refilled my bird feeder with fresh seed that morning.  Although I … Continue reading

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February Observations

In February in north Texas, when you begin to see more robins on the ground than in the trees, you can be reasonably assured warmer weather is on its way. Continue reading

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Wild Rose Pass

A Valentine Ghost Story This post is an excerpt of an article I wrote about nine years ago and I cannot believe I haven’t posted it at Nature is Nurture before now. I suppose the theme is a little more … Continue reading

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Call of the Crows

The call of the crows can very well be a warning that predators are approaching. Continue reading

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