Date: 1/28/18 2:35 pm From: Karen Garrett <kjgarrett84...> Subject: Re: Wedding in the sky
Teresa, you write with such wonderful expression. Thanks for sharing with us.
On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 4:04 PM, Elizabeth Shores <efshores...> wrote:
> Wonderful report! Thank you, Teresa. > > Sent from my iPhone > > > On Jan 28, 2018, at 3:00 PM, Teresa M <ladytstarlight...> wrote: > > > > I been sitting on a dead log each day about twenty yards away from our > feeders. Making a ebird list each day. Had to pay rent with my big > binoculars during the summer. So i thought I try for another, Contests are > fun to try anyhow. > > > > So, while the dogs do their thing in the crunchy leaves behind me. Birds > often tweetie up my shoulders ,those that knew me before. Sitting on my > shoulders by my lap or those that walk boldly up to me tweeting about their > day. > > Loud cries in the sky, catch my attention since about the only bird > calls I know are predator ones. I stand to watch the mating wedding of two > Red Shoulder Hawks. Swooping in a mellow of dancing as they mated in that > bright sunny skies. One Black Vulture flies in front like a preacher > cloaked in black tie. Two Turkey Vultures flies behind them like witnesses > of their glorious moment. All are silent at feeder and bushes down below as > a moment of silent at the wedding conclusion. The Vultures flies > > Off as the deed is done. The hawks no doubt flying to their new home > happy there after. The birds down below resume their busy lives. Since now > that spectacular wedding in the sky moment is gone. Teresa, Hector, AR >