Birds

MUCH ADO ABOUT BIRDS

A Break With the Past That’s good because I have some pretty pictures of our backyard birds. Goldfinch, still in their summer breeding feathers. Hairy woodpeckers hungry for suet. and a pudgy Tufted Titmouse. Square! After having no money last… Read More ›

FAITHFUL DOVES

Mating for life – Mourning Doves I have completely given up on the idea of figuring out what I did on previous square posts months — maybe I should take that memory medicine they advertise on TV? Prevagen? Would it… Read More ›

SQUARE DANCING

PAST AND PRESENT SQUARES Honestly, I have no idea what squares I posted in the past. Sad, but true. If you ask me about my memory, I’d forget what you asked me before you got the answer. Memory? Huh?

A SPECIAL TREE

The Mourning Dove’s Tree We have collected a lot of doves. Doves breed frequently, but usually they also die fast. The article I read about them the other day described their lives as “short and brutal.” They are plump and… Read More ›

TREES AROUND TOWN

TREES AROUND TOWN Most of the places I’ve lived have planted trees to decorate the village, city, or town. But here, in the wooded area of the Blackstone Valley, we spend more time trying to get the town to occasionally… Read More ›