Category Archives: thrushes

Here’s to you, American Robin(son)…

Ok, that title is pushing it a little bit.  It’s been a long day and the Simon & Garfunkel reference made me smile.  But the robins have been on my mind of late.  Last week, a bunch of people asked … Continue reading

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Sibling rivalry (again)

Clearly, I’m in a title rut, now.  I’m willing to keep running with this theme, though, because there’s so many fun things going on right now.  Last week I was over at a friend’s house.  Sitting in his backyard, I … Continue reading

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We’ve got a job to do

Yesterday I was standing on my little deck, watching the Northern Cardinal that was singing in the Crepe Myrtle behind my place.  I had a nice view of him doing his ‘purty purty purty’ song, but a flash of movement … Continue reading

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Just passing through

This morning was a gorgeous morning to be in the park.  A bit of mist in the air before the sun came up made for a very quiet, scenic run.  As I turned down the greenway, a lot of birds … Continue reading

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