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Wild Wolf Encounters
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Category Archives: Birds
Wings of the Hawk Red tail feathers spread in gliding flight riding currents … Continue reading
The Mimic Sleek lines lift through onrushing air worked metal gleams strength absent will **** Fragile feather endures fatigue
Couldn’t leave out Yellowstone!
Here’s my own audio file. First and last you hear the geese (of course); after about 4 seconds you hear tree swallows sounding like hundreds of bees buzzing and mice squeaking; then you hear the sandhill cranes:
Here are some recent pictures from the Grand Tetons. Vocalizations courtesy of Cornell Lab of Ornithology Macaulay Library of Natural Sounds website Killdeer Sandhill cranes Tree swallows Lesser Scaup
Member of the Family Call me mother, call me father call me source of life and strength call me sister, call me brother call me only home and hearth call me garden of paradise call me member of the family … Continue reading
happy 2012, fellow bloggers!
The Best Guests Guests for the evening arrive unannounced perch quietly outside the window under the eaves gone by daybreak – no laundry to wash or meals to make – • • • • a raven feather waves a good-bye … Continue reading
Manners The black wolf with the blue face dines with reserve wiping his mouth carefully with his tongue taking time to savor the flavor nervously watching for unwelcome company but retiring graciously at frequent intervals so the humans, should they … Continue reading