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Grazing

A throwback from May 2017.

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Those Big Eyes You Have

This is not the sharpest image but I want to share anyway.

I like this one because you can see just how big this butterfly’s eyes are.

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Here A Gobble There A Gobble….

….And a gobble gobble everywhere.

This is just a small sample of the turkeys that like to visits my yard for the morning and midday snack of birdseed.

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Feeling a Little Crabby

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Bird of the Day

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Kairo the Amazing

This morning with my cats, Kairo and Greyson, it was another uneventful morning as usual. I feed them, cleaned the litterbox, and proceed to get ready for work.

As I am getting my clothes ready I hear this noise and when I look up this is what I see….

I think I just figured out what to add to my project list for the winter months….some sort of ledge so the cats cat get up really high.

My family will really start to call me the “Cat Lady” then.

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Newest Attraction

Yesterday I spotted this cat in my back yard. He took off after I took this photo.

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Comfortable

Kairo found a perfect spot to take one of his cat naps. I don’t know how he finds it comfortable to lay on soda bottles but it is working for him today.

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$15.00 Chicks

Pope’s Garden not only has baby Wren birds they have baby turkeys too. These chicks, Royal Palm Turkeys, were born on June 15 and are selling for $15.00 per chick.

Momma Turkey kept moving so that she stayed between me and the chicks.

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Eyes Wide Shut

Today I went to a local nursery called Pope’s Garden. My goal was to get some pictures of flowers for my Flower of the Day post.

I pictured of some great flowers that I hope to add to my collection soon.

A great surprise was waiting for me…4 BABY BIRDS and one unhatched egg.

They must have recently hatched as their eyes were just these big black spots on sort tiny fragile bodies.

Their bodies are laying on top of each other’s so it’s a little hard to see the 4th one.

The owner of Pope’s Garden says that they are baby Wrens.

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