Monthly Archives: April 2020
Our first visible nest of the Spring. These birds seem to like our casa as they are always hanging around.
Three of these fellows are now fighting over the feeder. They are also doing the mating flight where they dive and ascend in a u-shape over a resting female while making a buzzing noise. Fun to watch.
Right now, the Navajo Reservation is getting slammed with Covid-19. In New Mexico, they account for almost half of the cases in the state. They are also one of the poorest communities in the US with little health care. They … Continue reading
I just wanted to share the wonderful birthday card my quarantine buddy made for me. It’s a photo of us at the fabulous Cafe Du Marche on the Rue Cler during a past visit to Paris. Note the real string … Continue reading
A pair of this season’s first scaled quail appeared at our bird bath and this one was especially proud!
Checking out a new trail that goes along the ridge line and provides some great views.
15 years ago at 9:02 a.m., the Arthur P Murrah Federal Building was bombed in Oklahoma City, OK. Over 600 were injured and 168 were killed (19 were children in day care). The bomber was a Gulf War vet who … Continue reading