10 Fascinating facts about ravens I’ve observed a number of these, though haven’t heard human speech (that I know of!) or seen anting. I’ve definitely seen playing and teasing, “teenage” gangs, and others. Watching ravens is always a fascinating way … Continue reading
Category Archives: birds
It’s a work day. I’m at work trying to write an article on holiness, even though I’m entirely burned out with writing. It’s due on Tuesday. Here’s a hawk, at work looking for dinner. A hummingbird notices and pays a … Continue reading
We have been going pretty non-stop since we moved. Just about every day something was going on; more for Amy than for me, but often for me. As much as I have been trying to settle in, the last two … Continue reading
I woke up this morning thinking about ruts. Writing ruts, preaching ruts, life ruts, wagon ruts. The examples swirled around in my not yet awake brain, and coalesced into a vague memory of living in the hills above Santa Barbara. … Continue reading
The sound of birds, being birds, with guitars. Interesting to me, as we so often idealize and romanticize nature as we view it. But, life is hard for those outside the house. This gives a soundtrack to life being lived, … Continue reading
Another hummingbird from this evening.
Sitting outside while reading the Trial of Anne Hutchinson gave me a nice perspective on the always busy hummingbird feeder this morning.
Fable doesn’t have to mean fiction when dealing with members of the Corvid family.
Amy has a new job. A great blessing indeed. It’s a children’s day camp, with an office about a 10 minute walk away. The main camp which has summer and winter programs is about a 15 minute drive north, up … Continue reading
There was a bit of a commotion in the pine tree that stands right outside, just past the deck. The pine cones are starting to open, and apparently the local birds realize there are tasty treats inside. The sun was … Continue reading