Poor Lena hangs on as Hurricane Ian comes to Florida and other news in Bird World

27 September 2022 Good Afternoon, A brief check on what is happening at a few of the Osprey and Eagle nests that are on the edge of Hurricane Ian as it moves towards Florida and a peek at the Australian nests as the 28th of September begins there. At the moment, it appears that PortContinue reading “Poor Lena hangs on as Hurricane Ian comes to Florida and other news in Bird World”

Tuesday morning in Bird World

27 September 2022 Good Morning Everyone! It is clear blue skies on the Canadian Prairies this morning. The temperature when I began this blog was 2 degrees C. There was frost on the roof for the first time this year. The remaining flowers and herbs were not bothered so hopefully the second wave of hummingbirdsContinue reading “Tuesday morning in Bird World”

Late Monday in Bird World

26 September 2022 It stayed cloudy with temperatures reaching a lovely 15 degrees on the Canadian prairie. It will be a good evening to go and check out the migration of the ducks and geese as they move through the city at dusk. I wanted to do a quick check on the Australian nests toContinue reading “Late Monday in Bird World”

Monday Morning in Bird World

26 September 2022 Good Morning Everyone, I hope that the start of your week has been a good one. It is 10 degrees C this morning and the birds in the garden are not happy. The men have come to put the skirting on the conservatory and they have a big saw. It is notContinue reading “Monday Morning in Bird World”

Early Sunday in Bird World

25 September 2022 Good Morning Everyone. Clear beautiful blue skies on the Canadian Prairies and a temperature of 13 degrees C. It is fantastic. The forecast calls for no rain this week which, is excellent. We are really into migration and it will be fantastic to bundle up a bit and watch the geese andContinue reading “Early Sunday in Bird World”

Late Saturday afternoon with our Australian nests

24 September 2020 Good Evening! It has been a gorgeous 17 degree C afternoon in Manitoba. The dreary morning left around noonish, and it was lovely to be outside without a jacket. I cleared up some plants and have not gone to work on the images of Little Red eating up the suet cylinder, butContinue reading “Late Saturday afternoon with our Australian nests”

We want fish! and more news in Bird World

24 September 2022 Good Morning Everyone, Our thoughts go out to all that are being lashed about by tropical storm systems and hurricanes. It is a quiet drizzly grey Saturday morning in the garden. Little Red has been eating at the solid suet cylinder and the Blue Jays are pecking away at the cob ofContinue reading “We want fish! and more news in Bird World”

Good Morning Australia

23 September 2022 Everyone is starting to wake up in Australia and there is some action at the Captiva Osprey nest, also. So…I thought I would send you a few pictures as their day begins and ours in a growing colder Canadian begins to wind down. Gosh, those Sydney Sea Eagles are simply stunningly beautiful.Continue reading “Good Morning Australia”

Can AI save raptors from wind turbines and other news in Bird World?

23 September 2022 Good Morning Everyone. It is a gloomy day today. The sky is solid cloud cover and it is cool enough that I can hear the furnace kicking in once in awhile. The juvenile Blue Jays are quite busy eating along with one squirrel and a few sparrows this morning. It has alsoContinue reading “Can AI save raptors from wind turbines and other news in Bird World?”

Late Thursday in Bird World

22 September 2022 Good Afternoon Everyone. I hope that this finds each of you well whether you are starting or ending your day. It remained a glorious day on the Canadian Prairies – a crisp fall one. There are so many songbirds in the garden now all wanting to eat and have baths. It isContinue reading “Late Thursday in Bird World”