Sunday, February 12, 2017

Sunday Stroll: At Lunch Time


I truly hope you are not

Eating landscape plants.

The kids stopping for lunch.


Didn't I just say that

At lunchtime yesterday?

You just smiled and ran away.




I'll see you tomorrow
Just as I have seen you today
Ornamental deer, along the driveway.








This woodpecker has an ID band from tagging on it's leg.

13 comments:

  1. Great shots of our fine feathered friends, and our white-tailed friends. Love it!

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  2. We have white tail running across the road on our way to school. The population here is quite bountiful, despite hunting.

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  3. Never saw small birds being tagged. The deer are plentiful at the farm. So plentiful, we rarely get much of a harvest from our gardens. They have plenty to eat, but love our garden. They even eat the lily pads in my goldfish pond.

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  4. You can get a real feeling of nature when you come across some of the other inhabitants of our world.

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  5. I think we're the authors of our own fate when we plant something good to eat and then the critters help themselves.

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  6. Hi Steve - love the birds, and the deer too - but they do eat themselves out of house and home ... it's lovely to see them roaming freely ... cheers Hilary

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  7. Nice visitors that you have every day

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  8. The cat in yesterday's post got his name because the first thing he ate when he came home with me was some pringles potato chips.

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  9. It's good to see the deer and birds apparently finding enough to eat during the difficult winter days.

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  10. I much prefer the pictures of the birds. deer are cool but I don't get the almost worship attraction they have for some people. glad I don't have any around here because I like to garden.

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  11. A cold but rewarding Sunday Stroll for you - thanks for sharing the deer and birds!

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  12. Awww, beautiful! I miss seeing the deer at our old house! Great bird photos!!

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